A to Z Quick Tok 17 | Walking on Air

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In this episode of The A to Z English Podcast, Jack discusses the meaning of the idiomatic expression “Walking on air.”

“Walking on air”:

This expression is used to describe someone who is extremely happy, joyful, or elated. It conveys a sense of lightness and euphoria, as if the person is floating above the ground.

Example sentence: “After receiving the job offer, he felt like he was walking on air for days.”

In this context, “walking on air” emphasizes the person’s overwhelming happiness and excitement after getting a job offer.

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