Catch Word #106 –To get your feet wet

This episode is all about gaining experience. We look at three different kinds of expressions relating to everything from having no experience to mastering a new skill. As always, we give you lots of explanations and examples, and tell you about the possible origins of the phrases to help your remember the new expressions. Have you ever felt green? Or do you already have a lot of experience under your belt? Check out his episode to find out!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To be green
  • First things first
  • To come about
  • Winter driving
  • Nerve wracking
  • To tease
  • She’ll laugh about it when she grows up
  • To get your feet wet
  • To get something under your belt
  • To master something

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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