마치 배에서 여러마리의 나비가 날아다니는 느낌을 표현한 영어표현 과연 어떤 상황에서 어떻게 쓰는 걸까요? 저와 함께 여러가지 예시를 통해 알아봐요:)
Hi everyone!
It’s Gina, how are you?
Today, I’m going to be talking about the
expression “Butterflies in my stomach.”
It’s a weird expression, isn’t it?
You get butterflies in your stomach.
It’s an expression that we use when we feel
a little jittery, nervous, anxious.
But usually, it’s positive more than negative.
I get butterflies in my stomach usually when
I go on a vacation.
Just before leaving or just before
I have to go to the airport.
I pack my bags, ready to go somewhere.
I want to go.
I really really want to go on this trip.
So, I keep looking at the time.
Oh! What time is it?
Do I have to leave now?
Should I go now?
Did I pack everything?
And I can’t sit still.
And I feel like l have to keep going to the toilet.
And I get butterflies in my stomach.
Another one is, when I was younger,
I used to get butterflies in my stomach
when I saw a guy I liked.
There’s a guy that I like, and he kinda
walks into the room
and it’s like… He’s gorgeous!
And, do I go speak to him?
Do I say hello or say “HI~!” or do I say “hi!”
What is he going to think of me?
What do I do?
Do I just sit here?
Or do I pretend I’m not looking at him?
I get butterflies in my stomach.
OR, he comes to me and he says:
“Hi Gina! How are you?
Can I sit next to you?”
He wants to sit next to me!
And I get butterflies in my stomach.
So, you feel jittery, you feel nervous, anxious.
Usually a positive feeling and I hope you
try to use it because this expression,
there’s not an exact definition in Korean.
So, you have to use it at an appropriate time
so that you can feel the word
and you know exactly when to use it.
Butterflies in my stomach, is an expression
I want you to use today.
Have a good day!
BYE!

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