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In this lesson, we will see some phrases that you can use to express your positive emotions to your friends and loved ones.
Julia: Are you crying?
Thomas: No. I’m just feeling bad for my parents.
Julia: Why? What happened?
Thomas: They sold their favorite car to fund my college. I’m really grateful to them.
Julia: Don’t worry. It will benefit the whole family. You can buy them a new sedan once you settle down in your career.
Thomas: Yes, you’re right. I’ll pay them back someday.
Julia: So, are you ready for the fashion show?
Karen: I don’t know. I’m just feeling a little nervous.
Julia: Don’t worry; everything should go as planned.
Karen: I hope so. I’ve worked for this, and I think I’ll be able to get it right.
Julia: That’s the right attitude. Keep your trust and do your best.
Karen: Thanks a lot for showing so much faith in me.
Karen: Guess what? I got the job!
Thomas: Hooray! This is excellent!
Karen: Oh, yes. I’m moving to LA for my dream job!
Thomas: Congratulations, Karen. At last you got what you’ve always wanted.
Karen: Yes. I’m just so excited. Let me call everyone and tell them the good news!
Thomas: Yeah, you should. And I wish you all the best for your career ahead.
Karen: Thank you so much, dear.
Thomas: I’m so proud of my sister. She bagged a job for herself in LA.
Albert: Yeah. She told me so.
Thomas: She did, huh?! She makes me feel really proud.
Albert: She’s really excited about it, and she should be.
Thomas: She worked very hard to get the job. I’m sure she’s going to be a big name in the fashion industry in the coming years.