I would suggest to use "blink of an eye".
Student or Learner
Is it right to say "In the TWINKLE of an eye, he cleaned up his room"? I´ve read and heard BLINK or TWINKLING, but I was wondering if the expression above was also used...
Last edited by beachboy; 27-Nov-2009 at 11:24.
Me too, but I wanted to know if in the twinkle of an eye would be an alternative...
Last edited by beachboy; 30-Nov-2009 at 09:01.
Wow, I´m embarrassed about the article(s)... Total lack of attention... Anyway, I´ve made the corrections... Thanks for pointing out!