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People's social background and empirical knowledge firmly determine their metaphors (Lakoff & Johnsen, 2003: Kovecses, 2010). Since in general men and women have different social experiences and views of life, it is highly assumed that metaphors are strongly influenced by gender. This article explores how gender influences lecturers' metaphorical talks in Indonesian university EFL classrooms and how the figurative talks contribute towards the classroom learning process. It goes over findings ofdoi:10.51629/cjls.v2i2.100 fatcat:lhojewzovna4tg5mzoqru66oia