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  • Welcome to English in a minute from home nerve endings in our body.

  • Let us feel pain.

  • So is the phrase to hit a nerve mean we're hurting?

  • What?

  • Listen, things are getting weird.

  • Jonathan.

  • Oh, no.

  • What happened down?

  • I was shopping the other day and I bumped this woman's cart.

  • She went crazy, yelling and shaking her fist at me.

  • It sounds like you may have hit a nerve, a nerve.

  • Who has an issue with a shopping cart To hit a nerve means to do or say something that's extra sensitive to someone they may become annoyed, upset or even angry.

  • All bad feelings.

  • You'll also hear people say, touch a nerve or strike a nerve to mean the same thing, and that's English in a minute.

Welcome to English in a minute from home nerve endings in our body.

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English in a Minute: Hit a Nerve

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/29
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