Catch Word #53 – Rip off

Have you ever spent a lot of money on something and then felt that it was too much money? Then you may have felt ripped off! In this episode, we look at the differences between a rip off and to be ripped off. We also examine the expression highway robbery. We also look at the other side, when you buy something and get a deal or a bargain! That feels much better!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • A rip off
  • To rip off (someone)
  • Overpriced
  • Value
  • Highway robbery
  • Bandits
  • To point out
  • All of the sudden
  • A steal
  • Bargain/Deal
  • No way

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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