Expressions related to: being happy and having a good time


When we begin to move towards B2 level, we must understand how important it is to use expressions, idioms, and of course, phrasal verbs. In today’s post, we are going to look at expressions that are related to being happy and having a good time.

If you want to improve your English, don’t just read this post and copy the translations at the end, do a few examples of your own and bring these expressions to life. This is the only way you will feel confident and comfortable when you use them.

Let’s have a look at some of the most popular and commonly used expressions related to being happy and having a good time.


-We had a whale of a time in London.

-She is still on cloud nine, even though she passed her driving test a month ago.

-They had the time of their lives when their parents were away on holiday.

-He was over the moon when he found out he was going to be a dad for the first time.

-I had a great time at the beach today with my friends.

In the coming weeks, we will look at more expressions and idioms so that you can enjoy your visit to our blog more than ever. Remember, your objective is to understand what you are saying because this is the only way you will ever speak English and feel calm and comfortable at the same time.

See you next week, here in our blog.

to have a whale of a time–Pasarlo pipa/en grande
to be on cloud nine–tremendamente feliz
to have the time of your life–Pasarlo pipa/en grande
to be over the moon– estar loco de content/estar en el séptimo cielo
to have a great time—pasarlo muy bien

 

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A medida que nos vamos acercando al Nivel B2, debemos entender lo importante que es hacer uso de expresiones, idioms, y por supuesto, phrasal verbs. En el post de hoy trataremos con expresiones que están relacionadas con ser feliz y pasárselo bien.

Si lo que quieres es mejorar tu inglés, no te quedes sólo con leer este post y copiar las traducciones que aparecen al final, sino que escribe ejemplos y da vida a esas expresiones.  Así es la única forma de que te sientas con confianza y cómodo a la hora de usarlas.

Veamos algunas de las expresiones más populares y utilizadas relacionadas con ser feliz y pasárselo bien. 

-We had a whale of a time in London.

(Nos los pasamos en grande en Londres)

-She is still on cloud nine, even though she passed her driving test a month ago.

(Ella todavía sigue en el séptimo cielo/tremendamente feliz/como en una nube, incluso aunuqe hace ya un mes que aprobó el carnet de conducir)

-They had the time of their lives when their parents were away on holiday.

(Ellos se lo pasaron en grande cuando sus padres se fueron de vacaciones)

-He was over the moon when he found out he was going to be a dad for the first time.

(El estaba loco de contento cuando supo que iba a ser padre por primera vez)

-I had a great time at the beach today with my friends.

(Me lo pasé muy bien con mis amigos hoy en la playa)

 

En las próximas semanas, trabajaremos con más expresiones e idioms para que disfrutes entrando en nuestro blog más que nunca. Recuerda, tu objetivo es entender lo que dices ya que esa es la única forma de que hables inglés y te sientas relajado y cómodo al mismo tiempo.

Nos vemos la semana que viene aquí en nuestro blog.

to have a whale of a time–Pasarlo pipa/en grande
to be on cloud nine–tremendamente feliz/estar en el séptimo cielo/estar como en una nube
to have the time of your life–Pasarlo pipa/en grande
to be over the moon– estar loco de contento/estar en el séptimo cielo
to have a great time—pasarlo muy bien

8 thoughts on “Expressions related to: being happy and having a good time


  1. I was over the moon when I got my new car.

    She had a great time in her night out.

    They had the time of their lives when their baby was born.

    Thanks a lot Touch English!

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