Catch Word #96 – Going down in flames

This was a question from one of our listeners in China: What does the expression to go down in flames mean? In today’s episode, we’re happy to answer that and to give you some other related expressions. In this episode, you’ll learn about different situations that end in a dramatic and negative way where these expressions can be used. We just hope this episode doesn’t crash and burn!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To go down in flames
  • To be up
  • To pour a glass of water over someone’s head
  • To create a scene/To make a scene/To causes a scene
  • To crash and burn
  • To pay off
  • To be out of it
  • To boo
  • To go out with a bang
  • On the spot
  • To burn bridges

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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