Catch Word #129 – She knows it like the back of her hand

Sometimes we know just a little bit about something, and other times we know something so well that we have it memorized. This episode is all about expressions we can use to talk about having a very deep knowledge of something. We also have a popular expression for when you’ve got something completely memorized. You may have to listen to this episode a few times before you know these expressions like the back of your hand!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To know something like the back of your hand
  • A freckle
  • All that to say
  • To get spit out
  • A sense of direction
  • Stage fright
  • Break a leg
  • To know something inside out
  • A little birdie told me
  • Excel
  • To know something by heart
  • Hardcore
  • The tibia

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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