Idiom: Under The Weather

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Under The Weather  –  Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking

Definition:

Slightly unwell.

Example:

“It’s hard to study well when you are under the weather.”

“Whenever I am under the weather, the one thing I would like to do is relaxing in a big comfy chair with a blanket.”

“Whatever she ate for lunch is making her feel a bit under the weather.”

Note about Idioms in IELTS

You should be really careful when using idioms in your IELTS speaking test. You can only be sure that you are using an idiom correctly if you have seen or heard it used in context. If you’ve only seen the idiom on a list, don’t use it because it can make your speech forced and unnatural.

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