Catch Word #69 – Over my head

This week we are looking at expressions that mean someone does not understand something. So if you are having trouble understanding something in English, you can use these expressions to talk about it. We hope you can understand everything in this episode. If you can’t make heads or tails of it, email us!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • It went over my head
  • IT help desk
  • tech
  • I’m the same way
  • Man (slang)
  • Hand gesture (it went over my head)
  • it’s all Greek to me/it’s all Chinese to me
  • whoa
  • not to make heads or tails of something
  • urgh
  • I’m lost
  • I felt bad for her

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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