Catch Word #109 – The proof is in the pudding

Has your English improved lately? The proof is in the pudding! In this episode, we’re talking about having (or not having) evidence to believe something is true. We look at expressions that can be used to talk about having proof to judge all kinds of things. Is Maura really an alien? You’ll have to see it to believe it. Listen and learn from this episode.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To go out on a limb
  • The proof is in the pudding
  • Till
  • To set
  • To have nothing to do with something
  • To have to see it to believe it
  • Nice one
  • ’Bout Macaroni and cheese
  • Don’t jump to conclusions
  • To be garbage

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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