Learn English Idioms – Get On My Nerves

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What does Get On Someone’s Nerves mean?

When something gets on your nerves, you find it annoying or bothersome. Here are some example sentences with this English idiom:

  • David’s constant humming at the office really gets on Rachel’s nerves; she finds it hard to concentrate.
  • Susan’s habit of interrupting people during meetings gets on everyone’s nerves, and it disrupts the flow of discussions.
  • The loud music from the neighbor’s house late at night got on Mike’s nerves, and he had to ask them to turn it down.

How about you? What gets on your nerves? Leave a comment below and let us know!
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