+0

go about your business

//I didn't care what the teacher was hollering about and continued to do my homework.//

The teacher lost the plot and was hollering at us but I didn't care and went about my business.

+0

lost the plot I don't know this expression

hollering This is slang. Standard English is eg yelling.

went about my business This seems OK here, but note that it's not an idiom I hear very often.

Clive

+0

The teacher lost his cool and was hollering at us but I didn't care and went about my business.

Site Hint: Check out our list of pronunciation videos.
Comments  
mosjaThe teacher lost the plot and was hollering at us but I didn't care and went about my business.

If I were a teacher, I would be deeply offended by that statement. Emotion: sad

 AlpheccaStars's reply was promoted to an answer.
Teachers: We supply a list of EFL job vacancies

Ain't "lost the plot" be used? I heard this phrase sometimes. Primarily in the UK.

mosja

Ain't "lost the plot" be used? I heard this phrase sometimes. Primarily in the UK.

It is.