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GOOSE BUMPS

Meaning/Usage: The literal tiny bumps you get all over your body when you are experiencing intense emotions.

Explanation: In some countries, they call it chicken skin because the tiny bumps on the arm looks like chicken skin. But in the US, they use "goose bumps."

"I was so touched by the movie that I started getting goose bumps all over my arms."
"When she told me that she loved me, I got goose bumps."
"I get goose bumps anytime I'm scared."
"John told us a story and everyone got goose bumps."

A: "Did you watch the speech?"
B: "No, I missed it. Was it good?"
A: "It was so touching that I got goose bumps everywhere."

Other Common Sentences

"I was so inspired by the speech that I had a tingling sensation run across my body."
"I felt a jolt of excitement when I heard the good news."
"My arms were tingling when I heard that story."

Translation in Bahasa Melayu

Tegak bulu roma

 



 


 

contributors : Pn Zarina Omar & Hjh Norlidar Abd Hamid