In this daily English speaking lesson you will learn how to use the phrase ‘Hurry-up’ in many different in spoken English conversation. It’s always better to learn these different variation of English phrases as they help you expand your English vocabulary and make you an advance English speaker, in turn helping your speak fluent English.
There’s no time to lose
Used for telling someone to hurry, especially when time is running out and you can’t afford to lose even a minute.
Put your skates on
When you want to someone to do something fast, use this expression. Remember, skating is faster than walking.
What are you waiting for?
This is a sarcastic way of telling someone to hurry up.
Snap to it
Used for telling someone to do something immediately
Means “hurry, hurry” and suggests that something should be done now and without any delay
Shake a leg
This has two meanings; one to dance and the other is to hurry up.
Step on it
This expression has come from the driving activity where stepping on the car accelerator to increase its speed. So when someone says ‘step on it’, it means to hurry up.