I’m all ears

How do you say this idiom in other languages?

Kieran Ball
The Happy Linguist
Published in
3 min readJun 12, 2019

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The expression, “I’m all ears” is used when you want to show somebody that you’re listening and ready for them to tell you something. Here’s how you say this idiom in French, Spanish, German, Italian and Portuguese:

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French

“Je suis tout ouïe”

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Kieran Ball
The Happy Linguist

Teacher and creator of 3 Minute Languages — a series of books and online courses that help you to learn a foreign language quickly and easily www.3minute.club