Up A Creek – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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Up A Creek
When you are up a creek, you are in trouble or in a difficult situation.

  • When the police pulled my car over I didn’t have my drivers license. I was up a creek.
  • I was up a creek when I lost my passport overseas.
  • Jack is going to be up a creek if he comes to work late again.

How about you? Have you been up a creek recently? Do you know anyone who is up a creek?




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