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Headway - Advanced - The Last Word (Unit 7)

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Headway - Advanced
on the / its bright side
[phrase]
*** used to refer to the good part of something that is mostly bad
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to cheer up
[verb]
to feel happier
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in the end
[phrase]
used to refer to the conclusion or outcome of a situation or event
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to hang on
[verb]
to ask someone to wait briefly or pause for a moment
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positive
[adjective]
(of a person) completely sure about the truth or correctness of something
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to keep one's chin up
[phrase]
to manage to keep one's spirit and stay hopeful in the face of challenges and hardships
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to look back
[verb]
to think about or consider past events, experiences, or decisions
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easy come, easy go
[sentence]
used to suggest that when something is obtained or achieved easily, it is often lost or wasted just as easily
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nothing ventured, nothing gained
[sentence]
used to imply that one must dare to take risks in order to achieve something or to be successful
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for the best
[phrase]
used for saying that something is going to be of advantage despite causing difficulty at the moment
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blessing in disguise
[phrase]
a situation or event that seems problematic or unfortunate at first but later results in something positive and pleasant
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better late than never
[sentence]
used to mean that it is better to take action or complete a task, even if it is delayed, rather than not doing it at all
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live and learn
[interjection]
used to imply that making mistakes is a natural part of the learning process, and that one should not be discouraged by failure but instead use it as an opportunity for growth and improvement
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better luck next time
[interjection]
used to encourage someone who has just missed an opportunity or failed to succeed in a particular field
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to work out
[verb]
to conclude in a positive outcome
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to beat up
[verb]
to physically harm someone by an aggressive act like beating
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what is done is done
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used to say that once something has been completed or taken place, it cannot be altered or undone, and thus it is best to accept the outcome and move on
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