1. 表述：shoot one’s mouth off
释义：Speak spontaneously and without restraint. （一个人为了给在场的人造成深刻的印象而说一些本不应该说的话，而且还唠唠叨叨地说个没完，使别人感到很反感。）
例句：It's true I told you Janet might be interested in me, but that was only my guess. How could you tell people at the party what I said? If you shoot your mouth off like that one more time, I won't tell you anything in the future.
Jones, why were you stupid enough to shoot your mouth off all over town about our plan to buy enough stock in that company to take it over? Now everybody knows what we're after and the price of the stock has gone up forty percent!
2. 表述：get a kick out of
释义：To derive pleasurable excitement from. （因某事而感到愉快）
例句：Those fellows who got into fights every other day and were loaded with debts seemed to get a kick out of life just the same.
" I think times have changed," she muses. " Some men get a real kick out of receiving flowers.”
Say, Barby, let me tell you something. I really get a kick out of being around you. If you feel the same way about me, maybe we ought to get serious and think about getting engaged to each other.
I'm not a kid anymore but I still get a big kick out of going to see a circus. The elephants, the clowns, the acrobats--they make me feel like a kid again.