Catch Word #146 – Busted!

When you listen to the news in English, you might hear about someone getting busted. In this episode, we take a look at some expressions that can be used to talk about police catching criminals and making arrests. Sometimes the police have been investigating someone for a huge illegal operation, and other times someone might get busted for something as simple as speeding. Listen to this episode to learn about a bunch of expressions that have to do with getting caught breaking the law or doing something wrong. Hopefully, you won’t be using any of these to talk about yourself!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • Tech savvy
  • To fall of your radar
  • To bust someone
  • A loner
  • A ring
  • To crack down on something or someone
  • To nab someone
  • A mule
  • Yikes
  • To tag
  • To round up someone or something
  • To think twice
  • Sketchy
  • To carry out something
  • To hack

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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