“On a personal note”: idiom meaning.
- On a personal note
- Used if you are speaking about business or something formal and then you want to say/add something personal. Saying “on a personal note” is like saying “now I will say something personal”.
Other examples of “On a personal note” idiom in a sentence
- I would like to end this speech on a personal note. Thank you, granny!
- On a personal note, I would like to thank all my friends.
- On a personal note, that was when I kissed a girl for the first time.
“On a personal note”: use in context explanation
The woman is at her graduation ceremony. She’s just finished a course of study and got an important diploma. She is very proud of herself and is speaking in public, saying how special this day is and how much it means to her. She wants to end the speech on a personal note. She wants to dedicate the success to her dog because it was the only one who believed in her. At the same time her husband, standing next to her, feels a bit embarrassed because his wife is holding the diploma upside down.