American English 美式英语
Have you ever been so excited about something that you literally can’t sit down? Do scary movies make you and your friends so anxious that you just can’t bear to watch? And you curl up in a tiny ball on the couch, watching the movie through your fingers. Your friends are all on the edge of their seats waiting to find out who the killer is. They are so curious, they can hardly stand it!
When you are on the edge of your seat, this means that you are very excited about something. You might be on the edge of your seat while your Mom is baking her famous chocolate cake. You just can’t wait to have a couple pieces! You might be on the edge of your seat waiting for that cute girl to call. You are ready and waiting!
Andy and Kelsey are very excited to watch their film. Nestor can tell they are on the edge of their seats. Will they be disappointed in the movie? Watch and find out!
Nestor: OK. So, this is just a few takes from a few scenes. It’s not edited together, so…
Nestor: OK. I mean, it’s a just a few scenes, so don’t get too excited.
Kelsey: This is so exciting!
Nestor: It’s literally just two scenes.
Kelsey: I’ve been looking forward to this for so long!
Nestor: OK, it’s not the film. It’s just tiny pieces…
Andy_H: Did you keep my improv. I hope you kept my improv. You kept my improv in there, right?
Kelsey: What about my song?
Andy_H: And what about the end?
Nestor: OK, I can tell that everyone’s on the edge of their seats, so….
Andy_H: I mean, I’m really excited… I don’t know if I’m on-the-edge-of-my-seat excited, but… I think we did great, and you were great, and I think it’s going to be great.
Nestor: OK. Let’s just watch the scenes.
Kelsey: Are you OK, Andy?
Andy_H: Yeah, I mean… maybe. I’m just really excited… a little nervous! But, you know…
Nestor: OK. Here we go.