A: What's getting on your nerves?
B: The teacher said that four of us had failed the English exam.
A: Yeah. Don't worry. You're not one of them. Cheer up!
B: Thank God!
get on one’s nerves
exp. To irritate, grate on, or exasperate one.（使人恼怒）
e.g. Nothing personal, but your voice is really getting on my nerves.
e.g. Tom's been really defiant ever since he started daycare, and it's starting to get on my nerves.
e.g. The incessant talking got on his nerves and he longed for a quiet place where he could sit by himself.
e。g。 Cheer up, I'm only trying to make you jealous。
e。g。 Cheer up! Our troubles will soon be over。
安徽快三e.g. She did not appear to be able to cheer up.