You are getting /to my nerves or on my nerves


Would someone tell me which one is correct ?and if they are OK are they the same thing.

-You are getting to my nerves.
-You are getting on my nerves.
-You are making me nervous.

Best regards.

  1. and 3) are good to me.

The first sentence does not work.

The second sentence is fine. The meaning is similar to ‘You are annoying/bothering me’.

The third sentence is also OK, but the meaning is not the same as sentence 2. The meaning of the 3rd is similar to ‘You are causing me to worry’. One person is causing the other person to feel unsettled or worried.

[size=75]“I always get nervous when people start talking about legacies.” ~ Bill Clinton[/size]