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.

I. EXAMPLES:

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.

II. DIALOGUES:

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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