Tip of My Tongue

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Last updated: Apr 02, 2000
This collection might be very useful for learners of English as the second language. Very often you stumble at simple phrases that can shortly be expressed in your native language but you cannot find a neat equivalent in English. This collection puts lots of such phrases together so that you might recall them when you need them. Here are some examples:
  • Don't get me wrong
  • It drives me mad
  • What does it stand for?
  • Enough is enough
  • He has got no manners
  • It's a deal
  • If it's not too much trouble
  • I want to do it first thing tomorrow
  • Your fly is open
  • Be warned!
  • Make it short, etc.
Q: to the best of my memory
A: as far as I remember

Q: phrase said when somebody dropped something
A: Oops!

Q: at once, without preparation or trouble (e.g. about writing a simple computer program)
A: off-hand

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