Catch Word #122 – We’re just shooting the breeze

Every once in a while people have unimportant, yet fun, conversations. Sometimes it’s nice to talk with a friend about nothing really important. We must do it often in English, because we’ve got a ton of expressions for it! Listen to Harp and Maura explain and give examples in this episode. They’re not just gabbing!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To shoot the breeze
  • To have to do with something
  • Same old
  • As chatty as ever
  • To overhear something or someone
  • To chitchat
  • To depend on/to depend
  • To chew the fat
  • To gab & to yak
  • To be in a rush

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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