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    sit on the edge of one's seat

    1.Is it an idiom?

    2. Does 'sit on the edge of your seat' mean you are expecting or excited to watch something happen?

    Thanks

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    Re: sit on the edge of one's seat

    Quote Originally Posted by Nefertiti View Post
    1.Is it an idiom?

    2. Does 'sit on the edge of your seat' mean you are expecting or excited to watch something happen?

    Thanks
    Yes, if a story keeps you on the edge of your seat, it is very exciting and you want to know what is going to happen.

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