Como dizer "Me deu branco" em inglês

Para ficar mais claro: ''Me deu branco na hora do teste''.

obs: ouvi um amigo dizer que posso falar: ''My mind went blank'' ou ''I drew a blank''. Estão corretas essas duas formas?

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5 respostas
BiahCane 11
Opções:
I'm drawing a blank.
Paulo, suas duas opções estão corretas.
Thomas 7 60 289
I had a senior moment.
I’ve had a mental blank.
PPAULO 6 48 1.1k
Yes, they are correct forms.

"go blank" (past "went blank" as in:
I remember that song, ” I ... For a moment my mind went blank. I tried to remember what she'd said to me on the phone, but that seemed like years ago.

I like "I drew a blank" (to I forgot something, I couldn't remember something at the time).

I drew a blank on his name.
He asked me for my new address, but I drew a blank.
I just drew a blank on the last test question.


My mind went blank. (my brain just froze.)
Yes, it can be used, it also can be added emphasis to it "my mind went completely blank."
Sometimes it's metaphorical, sort of, because the word is on the tip of your tongue, but it just don't come to you.
Metaphorical, because you 'exaggerate somehow, since you can find workaround ways to explain 'that word' or expression. That is, you can say it in other words.