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English Idioms

Catch On

Catch On - to understand something that you are learning

  • The girls are having a hard time with school, but they will catch on.
  • This new idea about health is going to catch on all over the world.
  • It is hard to learn to swim, but I will catch on.
  • Running really caught on in America. There are many people that like to run.
  • I finally caught on to the English lesson.
  • My brother caught on in chess, now he wins all the time.

Cross Your Fingers

Can Not Make Heads Or Tails

Can Not Stand It

Carry On

Cash Cow

Cat Nap

Catch On

Chew Out

Chicken Out

Chil Out

Clam Up

Coffee Break

Cold Shoulder

Cold Feet

Cool As A Cucumber

Copycat

Cost An Arm & A Leg

Couch Potato

Crack Up

Cry Over Spilt Milk

Cup Of Joe

Cut Corners


Down To The Wire

Dead Tired

Draw A Blank

Day After Day - With Audio

Day By Day - With Audio

Dead Wood

Dirt Cheap

Doggie Bag

Do Not Bug Me

Do Not Judge A Book By It's Cover

Double Edge Sword

Double Standard

Drag Me Down

Drive Crazy

Drive Someone Up a Wall

Drop The Ball

Drown Out

Dry Run

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