Catch Word #102 – Starting from scratch

Here’s another Catch Word episode! This one focuses on expressions with the word scratch. We look at to start from scratch, to scratch the surface, and to make something from scratch. Scratch in these expressions talks about starting at the beginning, often when you don’t have much knowledge or many skills. This episode does more than just scratch the surface, so listen and learn!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To start from scratch
  • To crash (a computer)
  • To take up something
  • To scratch the surface
  • To make something from scratch
  •  To hold on
  • Stomach grumbling
  • To flip a house
  • Man as slang
  • To be hardcore
  • A potluck

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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