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its on the tip of my tongue

📝 Description
"It's on the tip of my tongue" is an idiomatic phrase in English. It's used when one is trying to recall a particular word, name, or fact that they know but momentarily can't remember. The phrase suggests that the information is nearly, but not quite, available to conscious recall.
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"Although the answer was elusive, I knew it's on the tip of my tongue."
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its

📝 Description
"It's" is a contraction that combines "it" and "is" or "it" and "has". It's used when describing a state or condition, like "it's raining", or an action in the past, like "it's been a while". It's the equivalent of "he's" or "she's" for non-gendered singular nouns or pronouns.
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"On" is a preposition in English used to indicate position, location, or state usually in relation to something else. It can also refer to the state of being active or functioning. An example is "The book is on the table.", where "on" shows the relationship between the book and the table.
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"On a sunny day, we often go for a picnic in the park."
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my

📝 Description
"My" is a possessive adjective in English. It is used to indicate ownership or a relationship to the speaker, typically preceding a noun. For instance, in "my car", "my" indicates that the car belongs to the speaker. It's derived from Old English "min" and is common in many other Germanic languages.
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