Catch Word #33 – Get it over with

Sometimes studying another language is really hard. We wish we could just get it over with and speak the language well. That is today’s expression to get something over with. We usually use this expression when we have an obligation to do something that we don’t want to do. We use the examples of homework and cleaning toilets!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To get it over with
  • To get something over with
  • Would rather
  • Have to
  • May as well
  • To ruin
  • The last minute
  • The rest of (something)
  • Ugh
  • To put off

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