Catch Word #144 – Expressions with one

This episode we’re doing things a bit differently – We’re looking at expressions with the word one. You’ll hear explanations for one-horse race, one-track mind¬, and one-two punch. If you’re curious about what all these expressions mean, then this is the episode for you. Do you have a one-track mind for learning English? Listen here to find out!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • To go to do
  • To be all thumbs
  • To make my day
  • A one-horse race
  • There’s no question about it
  • To be head and shoulders above the rest
  • No harm in it
  • To be right around the corner
  • No questions asked
  • One-track mind
  • Football this, football that
  • To fall behind
  • One-two punch
  • To brace yourself

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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