Catch Word #121 – Birds of a feather flock together

Do you know anyone else just like you? Sometimes we see two people who act or look or even think alike. It happens often enough that we’ve even got some expressions in English for it! The next time you see two people who look a lot alike, you can tell them they’re like two peas in a pod. Or if you find yourself with two people who both have a great idea at the same time, you can tell them that great minds think alike. Listen to this episode to get some more explanations and examples of these expressions and others!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • You don’t know what you’re missing
  • Birds of a feather flock together
  • To be drawn to something or someone
  • To have some truth to it
  • Chinatown and other communities
  • An expat
  • A tearjerker
  • To bawl
  • To be like two peas in a pod
  • To grow apart
  • Great minds think alike
  • And fools never differ
  • To get on the road
  • To play out

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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