Catch Word #39 – Off the hook

Have you ever been in trouble? If you have been in trouble, then you have probably wanted to be out of trouble too! In this episode we look at expressions that mean out of trouble, like off the hook and in the clear. Listen and find out how we use them!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Off the hook
  • Hang around
  • Have to / must
  • Out of trouble
  • Outta
  • In the clear
  • Fined / late fees

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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