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Are these sentences OK? Something is not clear, bad or good yet. If I say; Don't be alarmed. There is nothing to despair from today. / There is nothing to despair already.
Jul 18, 2019 10:02 PM
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Despair is a pretty strong word. It usually implies a hopeless situation. If this is what you wish to express, you could say: "There is nothing to despair today." "There is nothing to despair yet." Again, I would keep in mind that despair is used to convey a sense of deep sadness or loss. Pelin, if you are interested in taking English lessons, I am currently accepting new students. I am a professional English teacher and, English is my native language. I would be honored to work with you!
July 18, 2019
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