Catch Word #119 – We all have to settle down someday

Here’s an episode all about growing up. We all have to do it one day, don’t we? To settle down and to lay down some roots are expressions that we can use to talk about a time in a person’s life when they begin to do more adult things. There’s also often a time in a person’s life when they want to be little bit irresponsible and maybe do something a little bit crazy. We’ve got an expression for that too!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To take something on
  • To act your age
  • To settle down
  • Mommy and daddy
  • One day
  • To get hitched
  • To lay down some roots
  • To build a life
  • To sow your wild oats
  • Sow, so, and sew

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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