Catch Word #27 – Cut to the Chase

When someone is telling you a story with a lot of little details and you want them to get to the main point, you can say cut to the chase. This expression is used with friends when you want them to cut to the most interesting part of the story. You are too excited to wait! Check out the examples in this episode, and the other expression we mention that can be used in the same way.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To cut to the chase
  • (To stop) beating around the bush
  • To take it for a spin around the block
  • Along the way
  • I have no idea/I have no clue
  • Build up
  • Climax
  • Paycheque
  • What is going on?
  • That does it

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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