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Hang In There

Hang In There - do not give up; keep trying

  • I know it is hard for you to learn English, but hang in there.
  • Tommy hang in there, do not quiet your job.
  • My father told me to hang in there, because university will get better.
  • Do you ever feel like you can not hang in there anymore?
  • My sister told me not to quiet playing football. She told me to hang in there.
  • My sister got hit by a car. We keep telling her to hang in there, that she will be OK.
  • It is important to hang in there, and not to give up.
  • It is important to hang in there during hard times.

Have A Blast

Half Baked

Hard Head

Have Not Seen In Ages

Head In The Clouds

Head Over Heels

Hit The Road

Hit The Roof

Hush Money

Holy Cow

Hang In There

Hit The Books

Hit The Hay

Hot Head

Hold Your Horses

I Am Speechless

In Black & White

If It Comes Up

In A Jam

In Fact

In A Pickle

In Hot Water

In The Bag

In The Dark

In The Hole

In The Wild

Junkyard Dog

Joined At The Hip

Just In The Nick Of Time

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