Get ready to learn all the things you ever wanted to know about the basic idiom “Je tombe de haut”.
To be clear, this includes a detailed definition of what it is and how to use it in a dialogue with an audio example. But wait, we also sprinkled some super useful stuff like dialogue example, synonym, slow pronunciation audio and more!
Just like “Tomber des nues“, this expression carries the feeling of being surprised by something. As surprising as suddenly falling from high altitude.
You can use this expression when you hear something very unexpected, like something shocking in the news. Or when something unexpected happens to you.
For example: someone just tells you an extremely surprising news, then you would say: “Je tombe de haut !” (I’m flabbergasted!). Like if the surprise was so intense that you felt dizzy, like if you were free falling.