John Sir’s Daily Lesson #60 (约翰老师的每日一课:第60课)

Lesson #60:

(30 October 2018)

“Make the best of a bad bargain.”

(English) Meaning:

  1. A ‘bad bargain’ = an ‘unfavorable agreement’.This saying is used with reference to a bad condition or an unfortunate situation.
  2. Be cheerful in the face of an unhappy situation and do your best with it.
  3. Accept one’s present position with equanimity and put up with an uncomfortable state of affairs.




liàng sǔn shī

jiǎn dào zuì xiǎo chéng

语音:英语(John Hung)/普通话(彭比惠




Other Learning: Make the best of a bad job (a ‘bad job’ = a ‘bad state of affairs’).(’善處逆境’ / ‘善处逆境’)。




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