What makes a good life?
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Then look through the glossary.
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As we go through life – move forward

To lean in to work - to rely on work

Things to go after in order to have a good life – things to pursue

Those choices work out for them. - give good results

How their life stories were going to turn out. - happen to unfold

All projects of this kind fall apart within a decade. - break into pieces

Too many people drop out of the study. – stop before finishing

Funding for the research dries up. – finishes

sophomore ['sɔfəmɔː] - AmEng a student of the second year

Most went off to serve in the war. - They left.

These teenagers grew up into adults. - became adults

schizophrenia [ˌskɪtsə'friːnɪə]
Our staff calls up our men. = calls our men

Period. – the end of the sentence

It turns out that… - It happens so

Octogenarian [ˌɔktəuʤə'neərɪən] - who is in their 80s

They can count on the other person. - They can rely on the other person.

To bicker with each other day in and day out - to quarrel every single day

to take a toll on something – to inflict damage

what they needed to go after – what they need to pursue

people who fared the best were the people who leaned in to relationships - who relied on relationships

to reach out to that family member – to get in touch
Please make up sentences with the following verbs: to turn out, to dry up, to count on, to work out, to reach out to. The context should be familiar to you: about a friend, neighbor or a movie character.
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