Catch Word #150 – You pulled a fast one on me

Do you know someone who always likes to joke around? In this episode, we talk about expressions that can be used to describe when one person tricks another. It could be just for fun, or someone might intentionally try to deceive someone else. Whatever the situation, listening to this episode could help you figure out whether someone is trying to pull the wool over your eyes. Listen and learn!

Expressions included in the Study Guide

  • No?
  • To stop and look at something
  • To pull a fast one
  • To mail something out
  • To take a car for a spin
  • The shop
  • A junker
  • To pull someone’s leg
  • To kid
  • To pull the wool over someone’s eyes
  • A toque
  • To be up to no good

Copyright: Audio/Study Guide: Culips

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