5 MORE USEFUL NATURAL IDIOMS IN IELTS SPEAKING – Remember, when we study Idioms, we need to make sure we understand the meaning of that idiom in order to use Idioms in the right context to get the maximum score.
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1. Have/ Get goosebumps = something that give you goosebumps – something that just gives you goosebumps (meaning it’s great/great, the kind that reaches your highest emotional level or can be is something that scares you!)
Example: When she told me that she loved me, I got goose bumps.Example: I get goose bumps anytime I”m scared.
To understand this phrase, let’s learn from the root word – Goosebumps in its truest sense:
Goosebumps – noun /ˈɡuːs.bʌmps/ – small raised areas that appear on the skin riclix.comause of cold, fear, or excitement
Example: You’re cold – look, you”ve got goosebumps!- You’re cold – look, you’ve got goosebumps!
2. Have/ Get butterflies (in your stomach) = to feel very nervous, usually about something you are going to do
The literal meaning of this idiom is to have butterflies in your stomach, and figuratively it is to have a feeling of nervousness in your stomach before you do something. …
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Example: When I used to give business presentations I always had BUTTERFLIES IN MY STOMACH. But now I”m relaxed.- When I usually give business presentations, I always get terribly nervous. But now I’m relaxing!
3. By/in leaps and bounds – If someone or something gets better by/in leaps and bounds, he, she, or it reacts very quickly
Example: Her Spanish has come onimproved) in leaps and bounds this year.- Her Spanish has improved very rapidly.
Example: Technology has come on in leaps and bounds over the last 10 years.- Technology has come on leaps and bounds over the past 10 years.
4. Out of this world = extremely good
Example: What a restaurant – the food was out of this world!
5. To be in high spirits – Someone who is in high spirits is extremely happy and enjoying the situation.
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Example: She was in high spirits after scoring the winning basket.- Her spirit was high after scoring the goal.
Example: Our team spirit is extremely high. (Our team spirit is very high
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