39 Ways to say HURRY UP | Figure Out English Podcast

Imagine in you don't have much time but other people just take forever to get ready. What will you say to them? Learn these conversational expressions to hurry someone up. New 'Figure Out English' episode!

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Here is a list of useful expressions for your everyday communication in English. How do you make people move faster because you are being late?

  • I am pressed for time. 
  • I am in a hurry.
  • We must hurry.
  • I am in a rush. I can’t wait any longer.
  • I am running out of time.
  • I am going to be late.
  • I am short of time.
  • The clock is ticking. Let’s go!
  • Let’s get going.
  • Come on! Move it! (very informal)
  • I am not getting any younger! (very informal)

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