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Must accept any help you’re offered when you’re in a difficult situation
” I don’t want to live with my parents, but it’s a case of any port in a storm. I can’t find an apartment I can afford.“
“He hates his job, but he can’t get another. Any port in a storm, you know.“
“I don’t even like him very much, but I had to move out of my flat and he offered me a place to stay. Any port in a storm, as they say.”
- Choose the suitable idiom to complete the sentence below.
“I really don’t like staying there, but I had no choice but to accept Jan’s offer.___________________. I’m afraid”
A. breathe my last
B. any port in a storm
C. So far so good
D. let yourself go
- Describe a difficult decision you have made. Try to use this idiom in your speech. You should say:
– When it happened
– What the decision was
– Who helped you make the decision
And explain it was right or not
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