Catch Word #127 – You’ll never guess what I got wind of!

People love stories, especially stories with secret information in them. In this episode, we talk about expressions that people use when they telling a story, whether it’s true or possibly not. These stories might be told by a person who heard it directly from a trustworthy source or by someone who just loves to gossip! Sometimes it’s hard to know the difference. Listen to this episode if you’ve ever heard a story through the grapevine.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To come on over
  • To get wind of something
  • To keep your mouth shut
  • To mind your own business
  • Have I got something for you!
  • To hear something through the grapevine
  • To spread like wild fire
  • A little birdie told me
  • Two weeks’ notice

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