Catch Word #46 – Down-to-earth

Are you a down-to-earth person or do you often have you head in the clouds? Are you realistic and sensible or are you a dreamer? In this episode we look at expressions used to describe people. Armando sent us a question about the expression down-to-earth and we decided to dedicate an episode to it and its synonyms, grounded and feet on the ground. Thanks Armando!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Down-to-earth
  • Depend on
  • For instance
  • Show off
  • On the other hand
  • Barely
  • Grounded
  • To have your feet planted solidly on the ground
  • Head in the clouds

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