Catch Word #81 – To steal someone’s thunder

People often like to talk about others. The stories that you tell about other people may be true or may not be true. This is when stories become gossip! There are many expressions related to gossip and we talk about some in this episode. So if you’re talking behind someone’s back or you just want to <strong>hear it straight from the horse’s mouth, this one is for you!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To steal someone’s thunder
  • To take credit
  • To come up with
  • On purpose
  • By accident
  • The centre of attention
  • To be in the spotlight
  • To share the spotlight
  • To steal the show
  • To give credit where credit is due
  • To be humble

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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