5 ways to say I’m nervous

English Idioms,English Vocabulary 2 March 2011 | 2 Comments

Here are five unique ways to say I’m nervous in English. Of course they all have a slight difference in meaning, but all convey similar meanings.

1. Anxious

I’m anxious about hearing the results of my test.

2. Freaked out

I’m totally freaked out about going to the party tonight. This is slang and can also mean that you are scared.

3. Pins and needles

I’m on pins and needles waiting to see if I’m pregnant.

4. Butterflies in my tummy (belly or stomach)

Sally walked into the classroom for the first time and felt butterflies in her tummy.

5. Bundle of nerves

After talking to that handsome boy, I’m just a bundle of nerves!

2 Responses on “5 ways to say I’m nervous”

  1. AyaTRSK says:

    I’m freaked out about my husband because he is in a bad temper.

  2. Yvonne says:

    LOL! I hope he’s not in that bad of a mood. 🙂

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