055. It’s on the tip of my tongue.
->This expression is used when you are sure that you know something, but somehow it doesn’t quite come to you.
It’s on the tip of my tongue, let me see.
His address is on the tip of my tongue, wait a minute.
The question she wanted to ask was on the tip of her tongue.
A: Did you see the new employee in our company?
B: Yeah. Do you know her name?
A: It’s on the tip of my tongue but I just can’t remember.
B: Well, let’s just ask the manager?
A: I’ve got a better idea. Let’s just ask her instead.
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