こんにちは日本🇯🇵 in the stomach”
Here’s a quick idiom for you.
An expression you use when something makes you feel terrible immediately. Like an immediate bad feeling.
“When Joe saw the girl he had a crush on kissing another guy, it was a kick in the stomach.”
Another expression for a feeling when hit with big news:
“Hit me like a ton of bricks”
“I was having a pretty good day. But when the hospital called and said my mother was in a car accident, it hit me like a ton of bricks.”
Ok, I hope those make sense.😁
Ok question time.
Is there any difference between
“My name is_____” and “I am ______”
Is one just more casual than the other?
Walter is doing a lot better. His stitches are out and I just put a little medication on his scar from time to time while it heals. He’s back to being his normal happy self again. 🐶😊
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