AEE 569: Why Reading Someone’s State of Mind Is the First Step to Cheering Someone Up in English

cheer someone up

Your friend is feeling down.

How do you cheer your friend up and make them feel better by first reading their emotional state and then using the right English phrases?

Find out today.

Phrases to cheer someone up:

  • “Cheer up!” (this might be better to use as an adult toward a kid)
  • “The silver lining is _____” (this means the good thing within the bad)
  • “Things could be worse.”

 

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Use these phrases the next time you need to cheer someone up in English.

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