Get on (one’s) ……

Can you complete this English expression? It means “to irritate (one)”.

Get on (one’s) …….

a) annoy

b) head

c) hand

d) nerves

The answer is below!

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Answer: d) nerves

Get on (one’s) nerves!

Example: “I don’t like this song. It gets on my nerves!”

By I Talk You Talk Press – Easy English Reading