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sweet tooth

2020.07.22

Meaning:

‘I have a bit of a sweet tooth’ means ‘I really like sweet food – candy, cake etc’. We don’t often say ‘I have a sweet tooth’ directly; we usually say ‘I have a bit of a sweet tooth’, ‘I have a real sweet tooth’. If you *don’t* care about or don’t like sweet food, you can say, ‘I don’t have much of a sweet tooth’.

Example:

A: Would you like some cake?
B: No thanks. I don’t have much of a sweet tooth.

A: Would you like some chips?
B: No thanks. I don’t eat a lot of chips. I’m a bit of a sweet tooth.
A: Oh! Well – would you like some chocolate?

Talking Point(s):

Do you have a bit of a sweet tooth? Or do you not have much of a sweet tooth?

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