Catch Word #143 – To beat someone to the punch

When one person beats another to the punch this means they did something first. One person has an advantage in this situation. In today’s competitive world, there are lots of chances to use this expression! Also, listen in to hear to be one step ahead and to have a head start. If you’ve already listened to this episode, then you’re one step ahead of the others!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To be around
  • To beat someone to the punch
  • Garage sale
  • Second hand
  • First come, first serve
  • Man
  • To ask someone out
  • To be after someone
  • To be one step ahead of someone
  • To be cutthroat
  • Dog eat dog
  • To have a head start
  • The odds are in your favour
  • To pave the way

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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