4 Expresiones Idiomáticas de Como ser Feliz

Sea cual sea el idioma que hables, es muy importante que puedas expresar tu felicidad (y tristeza). Aquí tienes 4 expresiones típicas en inglés que puedes usar cuando quieras expresar lo feliz que te sientes.

1. To have a grin from ear to ear

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Ear = Oreja
Smile/Grin = Sonrisa

A “grin” is an informal word for “smile”. If you have a big grin, it means that you have a big smile.

E.g. My father came home from work with a huge grin from ear to ear. He has bought a new Porsche and he is incredibly happy!

E.g. My boyfriend asked me to marry him and I am so happy! I’ve been grinning from ear to ear all day!

2. To be a happy camper

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If you describe someone as a “happy camper”, you are suggesting they they are very happy and content with their lives.

E.g. Juan has a new job and he is really enjoying it. He also got married to his beautiful wife last month, so he really is a happy camper at the moment!

E.g. Maria is not a happy camper, she lost her wallet and has not money to spend for the rest of her holiday.

 

3. To be a happy-go-lucky person

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Some people are always cheerful and happy – always in good humour and content. These people can be described as being happy-go-lucky”.

E.g. I wish I could be more like Maria, she is always to happy-go-lucky. I don’t think I have ever seen her without a grin from ear to ear.

E.g. Julia is blessed with a happy-go-lucky character, she’s always positive and happy.

4. To jump for joy

jumpingforjoyidiomDo you ever feel so happy that you want to jump into the air? This is when you can say that you are jumping for joy.

NB: This is not literal. Someone can “jump for joy” without actually jumping off the ground.

E.g. I just had my first child, my mother is jumping for joy because she always wanted to be a grandmother.

E.g. I passed ALL of my English exams and I am jumping for joy! I’m so, so happy!

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