Catch Word #166 – Don’t front

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Have you ever pretended to be something you’re not? If so, you’ll relate to today’s Catchword episode. Join Andrew and Maura as they introduce and explain three expressions that are used to describe people and things that are inauthentic or fake. 

Expressions included in the study guide

  • To be on it
  • Laid-back
  • Fishy
  • To front
  • Well put
  • A poseur
  • To call someone out
  • At the heart of something
  • A total 180
  • Bubblegum pop
  • A sham

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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