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Jill: 'I'm so confused, I don't know what to do.'
Frank: 'Take it easy.'

Correct answer: (b) Take it easy.

Meaning of "Take it easy."
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Jill: 'What shall I do — I'm in a terrible state!'
Frank: 'Calm down.'

Correct answer: (d) Calm down.

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Jill: 'I'm afraid I've just broken the handle.'
Frank: 'Don't worry.'

Correct answer: (c) Don't worry.

Meaning of "Don't worry."
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Jill: 'I hope nobody minds if I leave early.'
Frank: 'It'll be all right.'

Correct answer: (a) It'll be all right.

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Jill: 'It's going to cost a lot of money to put right, I'm afraid.'
Frank: 'It's not the end of the world.'

Correct answer: (b) It's not the end of the world.

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Jill: 'I do hope they make it tonight — it's very late you know.'
Frank: 'They're bound to come.'

Correct answer: (d) They're bound to come.

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Jill: 'I don't think I can stand much more of this.'
Frank: 'The worst is over.'

Correct answer: (c) The worst is over.

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Jill: 'What's your view of what's coming next?'
Frank: 'Things can only get better.'

Correct answer: (b) Things can only get better.

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Jill: 'I've lost everything my job, my house, my money — what should I do?'
Frank: 'Count your blessings.'

Correct answer: (a) Count your blessings.

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Jill: 'I'm very depressed at the moment, sorry.'
Frank: 'Chin up.'

Correct answer: (d) Chin up.

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