1. 表述：have a bee in one’s bonnet
用法：表一向议论某事，在短语的前面用介词about或许over，即：have a bee in one’s bonnet about/over something。
释义：To talk incessantly about something one thinks is important (often in spite of others' disinterest). （一向地谈或人认为重要的任务）
例句：Ever since the blizzard last year, Dad has had a bee in his bonnet about moving to a warmer climate.
It seems that Mike still has a bee in his bonnet over the criticism he got in the staff meeting.
There was no arguing with the boy when he'd got a bee in his bonnet.
Daley has a bee in her bonnet about the state of popular music.
2. 表述：as busy as bee (to be)
释义：To be very busy. （异常劳碌）
例句：You have to wait a moment. My boss is as busy as a bee now.
I've been as busy as a bee all day doing my spring-cleaning.
He was as busy as a bee trying to put the house in order.
My wife never has time to get bored. She's as busy as a bee from morning to night.
明天，我们进修了2个异常活泼的雅思词汇：have a bee in one's bonet,to bee as busy as a bee. Hope that you can bear them in your mind.