Catch Word #133 – Let bygones be bygones

This episode is all about forgetting the negative things that happened to us in the past and moving forward with our lives. This is always a good idea, so we’ve got a few expressions to remind us of this. If you had an argument with someone, or if something didn’t happen the way you wanted it to, it may be better not to think about it anymore. Put the past behind you and listen to this episode.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To let bygones be bygones
  • To bring something up
  • Miffed
  • To put something behind you
  • To flare up
  • To get down on yourself
  • To let sleeping dogs lie
  • Split infinitives
  • To be around
  • To be on someone
  • An old flame
  • To go down that road (again)
  • To come to your senses
  • To be right around the corner

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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