British English Idioms – Memory

There are many British English idioms and expressions about memory, below are just a few.

How is your memory? Who was your most memorable teacher from school? What is your favourite childhood memory?

There are many idioms in British English to describe memory:

To have a memory like a sieve

To go in one ear and out the other

To lose your train of thought

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