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2020.09.09 11:45

Phrase of the day “It slipped my mind”

We use this phrase to

say that we forgot something.

It’s used informally, and can be both spoken or written.

Here’s an example:

Tony 🗣 “Did you know it’s Alison’s birthday today?”

Debbie 🗣 “Oh! It totally slipped my mind! I didn’t get her a present or anything”
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  • Dan 2020.09.09 11:48

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    nice
  • Chris_Chou 2020.09.09 11:49

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    can I get any feedback? 😄
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 13:56

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    @Chris_Chou no pronunciation issues, just work on making it sound a bit smoother, as it sometimes sounds a bit disjointed. To have no pronunciation errors though is a great thing, it means you can now focus on the smaller things that will make you sound more natural. 加油✨✨✨
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 13:57

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    @Doria 💯✨✨✨
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 13:59

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    @Stella You know what I will say so I will keep quiet 🤭 keep practicing ✌️✨✨✨
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 13:59

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    @换老公很勤快 perfect 💯✨✨✨
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 14:00

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    @Nancy Perfect 💯✨✨✨
  • Stella 2020.09.09 14:02

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    @天泽 Got it😝
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 14:02

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    @MM hey Miki, thanks for the reading. Just be cautious of the “schwa” sound you make after certain consonants (you can hear it on “It slipped-AH my mind”). Once you master removing that sound, you’ll be heading the right direction to perfect your oral English
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 14:04

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    @Lucky you said “written” as “write-en”, but apart from that it sounded pretty good, good job ✨✨
  • MM 2020.09.09 14:05

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    @天泽 i appreciate😊
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 14:06

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    @Rain the word “mind” sounded a bit off, possibly the “I” sound within the word, practice with the following words: “Kind Mind Skies Blind Buy”
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 14:07

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    @Satinee very nice 💯✨✨✨
  • 天泽 2020.09.09 14:09

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    @Tina空山新雨 the words “get her” sounded a bit weird, but I think you can usually pronounce these words perfectly fine separately. Apart from that, it sounded very clear, good job ✨✨✨
  • Nancy 2020.09.09 14:13

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    @天泽 谢谢你~
  • Yi 2020.09.09 14:18

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    @天泽 😃thank you very much
  • Rena 2020.09.09 14:41

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    @天泽 thx.😀🍭🍭🍭
  • Cherry S 2020.09.10 04:35

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    Thx for your sharing😊
  • 流年 2020.09.10 07:12

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    thanks for your share

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