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10 English Phrases for Cheering Someone Up

Lesson Ninety One Basic English Sentences 10 English Phrases for Cheering Someone Up In Urdu! Hindi

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What’s the matter?

Kiya hua / kiya masla hai

 

What’s wrong?

Kiya hua /kiya masla hai

 

Are you all right?

Kiya tum theak ho

 

You look a bit down.

(= a little sad)

Tum thora udas lag rahe ho

 

Is there anything I can do to help?

Kiya main app ki kio madad kar sakta ho

 

Cheer up! / Chin up!

Khush raho

Khush karma

 

It’s not so bad.

Yeh itna bhi bura nehi

 

Everything will be OK.

Sub theak ho jaye ga

 

Look on the bright side.

(= consider the positive aspects)

Dheko /ghoor karo es acha pehlo bhi

 

It’s not the end of the world.

(this phrase is used when someone is upset about something small and trivial)

Duniya khatam nehi hui hai

 

Assignment

Learn these sentences and use in your daily life

 

Vocabulary of the day

Feast (noun)

Bari dawat / jhasan

If I pass in the exam I will surely give you a feast

 

Question and answer of the day

What is the third planet in the solar system?

The earth is the third planet in the solar system

 

Question of the day

What European country is shaped like a boot?

 

Golden words

Learn to love the people who are willing to love you at present. Forget the people in the past & thank them for hurting you which led you to love the people you have today

 

 

About Tariq Aziz

Tariq Aziz is a Teacher He is from Karachi, Pakistan. He is 30 years old and he has been teaching for 5 years. his nickname is Mr Crazy.

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