English Vocabulary related to Problems and Advice

Here you will learn useful English vocabulary phrases related to problems and advice

Unsure what to say when someone’s facing problems in life? These expressions will help you in your everyday English.

English Vocabulary related to Problems and Advice

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Sometimes life throws up problems for us. We lose our job. We get divorced, a family member dies or sometimes it’s not so dramatic but nevertheless it still tests our resolve and our ability to recover.

That got me thinking about English vocabulary related to problems and advice. What are the phrases to use in English to show we can adjust and we can start again?

From Intermediate to Advanced English

INSANITY: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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English Vocabulary related to Problems and Advice

1️⃣ MOVE ON

Meaning: to leave the past behind you and look to the future. Or somebody is leaving a company to get a new job.

This can be both physical or mental.

Moving on in your mind means forgetting the problem and think positive.

You can also physically move towns or cities or even countries.

I have had enough of this job time to move on to something bigger.

2️⃣ GET OVER IT

Meaning: to forget about the problem, accept it and leave it in the past.

Often a phrase a friend will use when giving advice. “Ok, so she left you for another guy.”

Get over it and find another girl. There are plenty out there!

3️⃣ LET IT GO

Meaning: to forget about something.

Often a problem stays with us for a long time because we will not let go. Stop the problem letting worry you and make that new start.

If you really want to make a new start you have to let it go.

“Let it go, let it go
Can’t hold it back anymore” – sings Elsa from “Frozen”

English Vocabulary related to Problems and Advice

4️⃣ LEAVE IT ALL BEHIND

Meaning: to forget about your problem. Something we all would like to do at some time in our lives.

Oh why don’t we sell up and move awayleave it all behind us, for a while anyway!

5️⃣ MAKE A NEW START

Meaning: exactly what it says. Start afresh a whole new beginning.

Making a new start is not always easy but it can also be fun.

6️⃣ DRAW A LINE IN THE SAND

Meaning: to set a limit or to put a stop to something

A well-used cliché. However, it can be true. When faced with a problem and continuing with it will only cause more stress then it is often better to draw a line in the sand leave the past behind and look to the future. New rules, new agreements and no old baggage.

They had a very bad argument and nobody was prepared to give in. One person suggested they agree to draw a line in the sand and begin again. The both agreed and the argument was soon forgotten.

English Vocabulary related to Problems and Advice

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