English Expressions: Iwas on the edge of my seat all along!
Jessie: What a spine-chilling movie! I was on the edge of my seat all along!
Martin: So was I! I was shook-up as well - It gave me the jitters!
Jessie: That ruthless giant wiped out tens of people. I caught on that he would be the villain the first scene he appeared.
Martin: He bumped off all of them without blinking an eye!
Jessie: What made him go berserk in your opinion?
Martin: The rats, of course. It’s no-brainer.
Spine-chilling: (adj) terrifying, thrilling.
On the edge of one’s seat: in nervous suspense.
Shook-up: nervously upset : agitated.
The jitters: anxiety, nervousness.
Wipe out: to kill. Catch on: to understand.
Bump off: to kill.
Without blinking an eye: not showing any reaction to something, especially to something strange or shocking.
Go berserk: to become very angry, crazy, and violent.
No-brainer: something that requires or involves little or no mental effort.
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