Idiomatic Expression: “In a spur of the moment”

By Robby

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Hi boys and girls! 🙂

In today’s English idiomatic expression video I’m using the following English phrase – IN A SPUR OF THE MOMENT.

When and how to use this particular English expression?

Well, most commonly it’s used whenever you want to express the spontaneous nature of some event, but to learn about more ways of using this particular English phrase, please watch the video above!

Cheers,

Robby 😉

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  • idiomrobby777

    Hi Angie,

    The collocation “In a spur of the moment” yields ten times as many Google search results so I’d say – yes, it is the most popular version of this particular phrase!

    Regards,

    Robby

  • Angie

    Please correctme in case I’m wrong but I’d say the expression is ON the spur of the moment.

    Cheers!

    Angie

  • Dobamagi

    Hi Robby,
    very nice idiom, i really enjoyed watching your videos, thank you for your effort.
    i have just one request, could you please add a Transcript, some times i like to print your examples as a reference.
    Thanks a again and keep up the good work 🙂