Updated: Aug 19, 2020
Here are 3 quick English idioms you can use today.
1. "I'm up for it."
If you're up for something, you're interested in it and have the energy for it. "It" is usually an activity.
"Are you up for a board game?"
"He's always up for a drink with friends."
"Lunch? Tomorrow? Sure. I'm up for it."
2. "I'm out of it."
If you're out of it, you're not focused, fit, or present in the moment, probably as a result of fatigue or because your mind is distracted by something.
"Hey, Jan. Are you okay? You seem out of it."
"Sorry about being so quiet last night. I was really out of it."
"It's been a long day. I feel really out of it."
3. "I'm into it."
If you're into something, you're interested in it and enjoy it. "It" can refer to hobbies, music, movies, activities, etc.
"I'm really into the new Taylor Swift album."
"He was into collecting baseball cards when he was a kid."
"She's been into horror movies for a long time."
Now it's your turn. What types of music are you into? Can you remember a time when you felt out of it? If you're up for it, leave a comment and let me know.