Catch Word #76 – Dibs

In today’s episode we’re going to look at an expression that you can use to say that something is yours. To make a claim that something or some activity belongs to you, you can call dibs. It’s a funny little word with some variations that we also talk about, like to have first dibs. And if you’re going to go for a car ride with some friends, you may want to know about shotgun!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • oldies but goodies
  • I called dibs on it
  • to have first dibs
  • to call dibs on something
  • dibs time
  • shotgun
  • to be left
  • No big deal
  • The Wild West
  • an oldie but a goodie

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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