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  1. Clang
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    Red face How do you say "to be there in person"?

    Hello all,
    I'm from italy, trying to improve my real life English. I remember an expression used (for instance) to say that you wish you were there in person. Well, I don't quite remember the expression, it's just over the tip of my tongue!
    I seem to remember there were words like "skin" "bones" or "flesh", just I can't recall in what order.

    Can someone lend a hand of help? Thank you

  2. HCaulfield's Avatar

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    Re: How do you say "to be there in person"?

    To be somewhere in the flesh?

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    Re: How do you say "to be there in person"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Clang
    . . . , it's just over the tip of my tongue!


    Say,

    It's on the tip of my tongue.

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