Idiom: “Get a kick out of something”
Chris: Hey Leo, are you watching the World Cup game today?
Leo: I love watching the World Cup. I get a kick out of major tournaments. They’re always exciting.
Chris: Yeah, me too. It’s nice to see the world come together for such a big event.
Leo: Besides, it’s every four years. You don’t get to watch it all the time.
Diego: The first game of the tournament is going to be really good.
Edson: I heard it would be a tough game.
Diego: I get a kick out of watching a weak team win against a strong team.
Edson: It’s definitely good for the sport and makes things more exciting.
Meaning: “Get a kick out of something” means to enjoy watching or doing something.
In example 1, Leo really enjoys watching big tournaments. In example 2, Diego enjoys watching underdog teams beat favored teams.
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