Catch Word #3 – Break

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There are also many verbs containing the work break. At Culips we always try to break expressions down for you; To break something down means to break it into smaller parts and explain it. Other break verbs in this episode for you include break out, break up and breakfast!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To break someone
  • Break it down
  • Break out
  • Break up
  • Pronunciation of breakfast

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