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on everyone's lips
I am learning the usage of the phrase:on everyone's lips.
If a new film is a hit and everyone is interested in it and talking about it , may I say : The film now is on everyone's lips. ?
Also, I woner if it's natural to native English speakers.
Could anyone help me?
Thanks a lot!
Re: on everyone's lips
Nearly. I expect people do sometimes use it like that, but it sounds more natural to me if the thing on everyone's lips is something spoken: "The question on everyone's lips is 'Have you seen the latest Bond film?'"
Originally Posted by WUKEN
Last edited by BobK; 19-Oct-2008 at 12:05.
Reason: Fix typo
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