Hägar’s expression of the day: “hang in there”

20 Feb

When you’re in a difficult situation and you’re losing hope, a friend might say to you, “Hang in there – I’m sure it will get better soon.”

So, “hang in there” means “don’t give up when you’re in a difficult situation.”

hang in there

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One Response to “Hägar’s expression of the day: “hang in there””

  1. Paul Rafferty March 2, 2014 at 12:24 #

    Reblogged this on PAUL'S EFL REVIEW.

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