Hello! Welcome to Nolza Talk!

I’m Becky, an American tutor, with loads of useful expressions to share with you!

So listen carefully, and your English will improve like magic!  Are you ready?

Today's expression is: “TO GET OUT OF HAND”

It means to become difficult to control.

Here are 2 examples of the expression, “to get out of hand”:

Example #1:  The party got out of hand when the guests started throwing bottles at each other.

Example #2:  Children often get out of hand when they're tired and hungry.

Well, that’s all for today.  Thanks for listening!

And hope you enjoyed “The Expression of the Day”!