Catch Word #74 – Out of the blue

Sometimes life is unpredictable and things happen out of the blue. Sometimes people say things that seem to come from out of nowhere. In situations like this you might react by saying, Where did that come from?, or I didn’t see that coming. You can prepare for what to say in English when something unexpected or surprising happens by listening to this episode!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To go bankrupt
  • To get laid off
  • out of the blue
  • out of left field
  • To not see something coming
  • To come out of the blue
  • out of nowhere
  • doing the dishes
  • chill and chill out
  • Chillax
  • Where did that come from?
  • snippy
  • to throw someone for a loop
  • throws you for a loop
  • A train of thought
  • To be engaged

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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