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Hang in there!

I have been busy this week. Hang in there! Being busy = more ideas to write, so be patient.

Hang in there is an idiom which means be patient, things will work out eventually. The similar Chinese idiom is 船到桥头自然直。

It also asks a person to continue despite whatever difficulties that he / she may face.

 


2 Comments

  1. Thomas says:

    Here are two phrases you might find useful!

    我慢します(がまんします)I will be patient
    頑張ります(がんばります)I will try hard/put effort in

    Interesting how the characters for ‘to be patient’ in Japanese mean “Me+Slow” in Chinese. Hmmm…

    • Wendy says:

      ありがとう ございます。

      This is the first time I learn “我慢します(がまんします)”, time for me to work harder on Japanese.

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