How would you feel in this situation? "I just lost my wallet!" Well, this is a true story. It just happened to me two days ago (although I found it. Yay!). And I was thinking, "can I describe how I feel about losing my wallet? Can I expand my idiom and vocabulary bases by saying positive things and negative things about my situation? Like, making a complaint, explaining how I lost it in a chronological order based on my recollection, or even how my body feels and reacts to this unsettling situation, like "I started to fidget a lot" "sweating bullets" "it sent me crazy." In fact, I was really nervous and anxious at the thought of it being stolen instead of being turned in to police, because I had my company's credit card in my wallet! That was extremely nerve-wracking. How would you describe the way you (or your body) feel the moment you realize that you just lose your wallet with your personal and company's credit cards in it? :)
Dec 5, 2017 4:59 PM
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I'd "be going out of my mind with worry." I'd feel like "I'd been punched in the gut." I'd think, "I'm really in hot water now," and "My boss is going to can me for being such a nitwit."
December 5, 2017
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