Drive Someone Up The Wall – American English Idiom One Point Lesson

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DRIVE SOMEONE UP THE WALL
When something or someone annoys you or bothers you very much you can say they drive you up the wall. (In some places they say drive me up a wall)

  • My neighbor plays loud music late at night. He drives me up the wall.
  • The train delays in NYC drive me up the wall.
  • People who don’t follow the traffic rules drive me up the wall.

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