Catch Word #110 – To go out on a limb

Here’s an episode about taking risks. Sooner or later, we all take a risk at work or in our personal lives. To go out on a limb and to stick your neck out can be used to talk about taking a risk. You can also put yourself in jeopardy when you take a risk. Take a risk by listening to this episode and start using these natural English expressions today.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To go out on a limb
  • To take something into consideration
  • To stick your neck out
  • Back to the drawing board
  • Listen up
  • To put yourself in jeopardy
  • It’s been around forever
  • Good old
  • To make it
  • Asap
  • What’s wrong? A backup

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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