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Catch Word #267 – Burst your bubble

Nobody likes to be disappointed, but it happens to all of us at some point of our life, so it’s good to know how to talk about it....READ MORE

Catch Word #266 – Not make a dent in it

Are you the type of person who gets work done quickly and easily? Sometimes we may work on a task for a long time but still not make...READ MORE

Catch Word #265 – Take the fifth

Have you ever found yourself in a situation where it was best to just remain quiet? In English, there are many ways to say, “I don’t want to...READ MORE

Catch Word #264 – In stitches

Who doesn’t like to have a good laugh? In this Catch Word episode, Kassy and Andrew teach you some useful expressions that help you to talk about comedy...READ MORE

Catch Word #263 – Turn a blind eye

There’s always someone in a friend group that’s not very observant. Maybe it takes them too long to understand a joke, or maybe they always say the wrong...READ MORE

Catch Word #262 – Doomscrolling

At some point, we’ve all found ourselves scrolling through the news or social media for hours on end. Sometimes the things we discover make us feel good (cute...READ MORE

Catch Word #261 – Finger on the pulse

Everyone knows someone who seems to know about all the trends or the latest news before everyone else. You might even be that person among your friends! In...READ MORE

Catch Word #260 – Pay through the nose

Have you ever wished there were an expression that perfectly fit how you feel about just how expensive something is? You’re in luck because, in English, there is!...READ MORE

Catch Word #259 – Back in the saddle

In this Catch Word episode, Andrew and Kassy teach you two idiomatic expressions you can use when talking about something returning to normal: back in the saddle and...READ MORE

Catch Word #258 – Sweating bullets

“I was so nervous. I was sweating bullets!” That might sound a bit strange, but it’s a common English expression. Sweating bullets means to be very stressed or...READ MORE