Catch Word #84 – Bounce Back

If a person or thing experiences a negative time they can bounce back, get back on their feet, or pull through. Listen to the examples, describing the recovery of a failing economy or a friend’s health.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To bounce back
  • Nice and green and healthy
  • Not to bounce back
  • She’s – She is or she has
  • To get back on your feet/to be back on your feet
  • To leave someone
  • To get your life back together
  • To pull through
  • To make it
  • ICU
  • The paper
  • Water cooler
  • To rock

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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