(to) cheer someone up - කවුරුන් හෝ සතුටට පත් කිරීම (to make someone happy)
- Susan called her friend in the hospital to cheer her up.
- My father has been depressed for weeks now. I don't know what to do to cheer him up.
(to) give (someone) credit - යමෙකුගේ දායකත්වය අරඹයා ප්රශංසා කිරීම (to acknowledge someone's contribution or to recognize a positive trait in someone)
- The scientist gave his assistant credit for the discovery.
- I can't believe you asked your boss for a raise when your company is doing so poorly. I must give you credit for your courage!
- I will be sure to thank you when I give my speech. I always give credit where credit is due.
(to) go into business - ව්යාපාරයක් ආරම්භ කිරීම (to start a business)
- Jeff decided to go into business selling baseball cards.
- Eva went into business selling her homemade muffins.
- You should go into business selling cookies.
- I'm glad you brought an umbrella — that was good thinking!
- You reserved our movie tickets over the Internet? Good thinking!
- Alexander has a heart of gold and always thinks of others before himself.
- You adopted five children from a Romanian orphanage? You've got a heart of gold!
- Thanks for baking cookies for me. You've got a heart of gold.
- "Help yourselves to cookies and coffee," said Maria before the meeting started.
- You don't need to wait for me to offer you something. Please just help yourself to whatever you want.
- I baked these cookies. Help yourself!
- After her boyfriend broke up with her, Nicole was in a bad mood for several days.
- I don't like to see you in a bad mood. How can I cheer you up?
- Martin wanted a hot drink after spending the day skiing. A cup of hot cocoa was just what the doctor ordered.
- Our trip to Florida was so relaxing. It was just what the doctor ordered!
- I was thirsty. This iced tea is just what the doctor ordered.
- Bob's friend Charles made a bundle in the stock market and retired at age 45.
- Sara made a bundle selling her old fur coats on eBay, a website where you can buy and sell used things.
- If you went into business selling these delicious cookies, you'd make a bundle.
- Whenever Susan feels on edge, she takes several deep breaths and starts to feel more relaxed.
- Ever since his car accident, Neil has felt on edge.
- Mrs. Field's oatmeal raisin cookies are out of this world!
- Mmmm, I love your chicken soup. It's out of this world!
- Ted pigged out on hot dogs and hamburgers at the barbeque and then got a stomachache.
- "Nicole, stop pigging out on cookies or you'll never be able to eat your dinner!"
- One can pig out on hotdogs, pig out on candy, pig out on ice cream.
- I baked these cookies for you. Why don't you pig out?