Catch Word #87 – Get it off the ground

Sometimes it can be difficult to get things off the ground. In this episode we are talking about expressions used at the beginning of a new project or plan. We look at to get it off the ground, to get off on the wrong foot or the right foot, and to put your best foot forward. When you’re starting a new project find out how to talk about using these natural expressions.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To get off the ground
  • A venture
  • To start on
  • To get off on the wrong foot
  • To get off on the right foot
  • To be on the same page
  • To put your best foot forward
  • A hundred percent
  • Headquarters

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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