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Catch Word #251 – You’ve improved by leaps and bounds!

We’re back with another Catch Word episode! In this episode, Andrew and Kassy teach you some idiomatic expressions or phrases to use when talking about...

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Catch Word #250 – Aren’t you a sight for sore eyes!

It’s always fun to compliment a friend (and to receive a compliment, too). Luckily, the English language has many expressions you can use to tell...

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Catch Word #249 – A gigantic slap in the face

Would you like to receive a slap in the face? Probably not! However, the expression a slap in the face isn’t a physical thing, it’s...

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Catch Word #248 – Thanks, but no thanks

In this interesting Catch Word episode, Andrew and Kassy will teach you some useful expressions to use when talking about things you don’t want to...

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Catch Word #247 – Spread too thin

Are your days so busy you find you don’t have any time for yourself? English has many ways to express this crazy busy state you’re...

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Catch Word #246 – Butterfingers

Are you clumsy and uncoordinated? You’re not alone! In this episode, Andrew and Kassy teach us two ways to talk about being clumsy and share...

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Catch Word #245 – Heart-to-heart

In today’s Catch Word episode, Andrew and Kassy introduce two really useful phrases for talking about emotions and feelings. Sharing the thoughts buried deep in...

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Catch Word #244 – Connect the dots

Some people can’t get enough of jigsaw puzzles. They like connecting the dots and the challenge of piecing everything together. In the end, it’s always...

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Catch Word #243 – Read between the lines

The way we communicate includes more than what we actually say. Sometimes there are hidden meanings! In this episode, Andrew and Suzanne explain two phrases...

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Catch Word #242 – That rings a bell!

Hmm, what’s today’s topic? Oh, that’s right! In today’s useful Catch Word episode, Andrew and Jeremy will teach you some helpful phrases to use when...

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