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Idiom Lesson 4 – Hit the nail on the head

Published: 4 years ago

Category: Communication Skills, Education, English, English Pronunciation, Grammar, Idioms & Phrases, Learn English

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Idiom Lesson 4 – Hit the nail on the Head

MEANING – Be exactly accurate.

If someone hits the nail on the head, they are exactly right about something.

Example 1 – You’ve pointed out the shortcoming in the system, Peter and have hit the nail on the head.

Example 2 – Mary is not much of a talker but often she hits the nail right on the head.

Example 3 – Her observation hit the nail on the head. She spoke the truth.

Example 4 – Kate hit the nail on the head when she said the team’s drawback is that the players don’t rely one each another.

Example 5 – The board thought Victor had hit the nail on the head when he said the company’s performance was deteriorating.

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