TO HAVE BUTTERFLIES IN YOUR STOMACH
TO HAVE BUTTERFLIES IN YOUR STOMACH: meaning and examples
Before we begin, I want to remind you that tomorrow and Friday there will be no Daily Vitamin because of the "Sant Joan" holiday.
Have you ever given a speech in front of a lot of people or participated in a high-pressure sporting event? How did you feel right before the event? Nervous?
Today's expression is: to have (or feel) butterflies in your stomach.
It means: to feel very nervous or excited about something important that you have to do.
I remember the day of my wedding. Immediately before the ceremony, I had butterflies in my stomach.
They say that before an important match, it's normal to feel butterflies in your stomach.
It's a very graphic expression; before an important event it really does feel like we have "mariposas" in our stomach.
If you have questions about today's expression, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Have a good day and enjoy your long weekend (those of you that have one).