Catch Word #79 – Needle in a haystack

At some time in our lives we all lose something! Hopefully you can easily find it again. Other times it is very difficult to find what you have lost. This episode is about expressions that we can use when we have to look for our lost item that is difficult to find. We might say that it is like looking for a needle in a haystack, or that we have to go on a treasure hunt, or that we searched inside out for it!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To be cluttered
  • A needle in a haystack
  • Do you have a minute?
  • A basement
  • It means so much to me
  • To go on a treasure hunt
  • To dawn on someone
  • Tickle Me Elmo
  • I do remember that
  • To search inside out

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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