Mandy: How are you today?

Roger: I’m a bit under the weather. How are you?

Mandy: Yeah, same. There must be a bug going around.

This expression is often used when you’re not terribly sick, but you have a cold, for example. Usually, we use the qualifier ‘bit’ right before.

So, have you « caught a bug »? Are you feeling under the weather?

Laisser un commentaire