Catch Word #90 – Rock

When you’re going through a difficult time in life, it’s nice to have a person who you know will support you and listen to you when you need to talk about your problems. This episode is all about wonderful people like that! We’re looking at expressions that talk about people who you know will help you out if you’re not feeling good. Learn expressions like to be someone’s rock, to be someone’s shoulder to cry on, and to lean on someone.

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • We can’t complain
  • To chill out
  • To be there for someone
  • To go through something
  • To get through something
  • To be someone’s rock  be out of control
  • To be someone’s shoulder to cry on
  • A breakup
  • Aunt
  • To lean on someone
  • To make ends meet To count on someone

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

Catch Word #174 – In the nick of time

Posted by Andrew Bates
29 Aug, 2016

What do you do with your time? In English, you can do a lot with it, like waste...

Catch Word #180 – I’m just spitballing here

Posted by Andrew Bates
15 Jan, 2017

When you have a problem that needs solving, sometimes you have to toss a few ideas around in...

Catch Word #186 – I’m from the sticks

Posted by Andrew Bates
1 Jun, 2017

As many wonderful things as there are in the world, there are also many dangers. In this episode,...