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apple of one's eye

apple of one's eye English, baby! Video Lesson

Date: Dec 17 2018

Themes: Family, Friend

Quote

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“This is my daughter. She is the apple of my eye.”

—Ebaby!’s Dominique, speaking about how much she loves her daughter

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Definition

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more important or loved than anyone else

2. Use - Learn how the slang is used.

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In today’s video, Dominique introduces us to her daughter. She loves her daughter a lot. In fact, she is the most important person in Dominique’s life! They love each other so much that Dominique calls her the apple of her eye.

Each of us has at least one special person in our lives. This person can make us smile at any time. And without this person, the world would seem dull. Who is the apple of your eye? Why is this person so special to you?

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Examples

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“My son is the apple of my eye!”

“Do you have anyone you consider the apple of your eye?”

“Mike loves Trish the most. She is the apple of his eye.”

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inventive2

inventive2

Iran, Islamic Republic Of

My parents are apple of my eye. They are very kind and very good

07:57 PM Dec 16 2018 |

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bora_78

bora_78Super Member!

Turkey

My wife is apple of my eye 

06:35 PM Dec 16 2018 |

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