Practice English Speaking&Listening with: English Phrase of the Day – Bee in Bonnet

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Hello. I'm Britlish and I have a bee in my bonnet about today's phrase of the day.

Yes, today's phrase of the day is to have a bee in your bonnet.

This is a bee and a bonnet is a type of hat. Imagine if a bee got into the hat you were

wearing. You would be very excitable, and rather agitated,

to say the least. To have a bee in your bonnet means to be very

excited about something. Being very excited about something makes you

want to share it with those around you. I have to admit that I have a bee in my bonnet

about the Britlish Library, too. I have a bee in my bonnet and want to tell

everyone just how great the English lessons in the library are.

I also have a bee in my bonnet about the fact that students can choose to pay what they

want to pay for access to the Britlish Library. If you want to see what it is about the Britlish

Library that's put a bee in my bonnet, get a free 48-hour Britlish Library Pass from

your Britlish account page. You can also sign up for a monthly, biannual,

or annual Britlish Library Pass for the price you want to pay.

Because I have a bee in my bonnet about the Britlish Library, I just can't stop telling

everyone about it. If you want more phrases of the day, click

the like button, leave a comment, and share this on social media.

I'll be back.

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