Idiom: Put Yourself Together

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Put Yourself Together – Idiom of the day for IELTS Speaking

Definition: 

To calm down and behave normally.

Example:

“I’m still sad about my pet dying, but I have to put myself together and go on.”

“She was very upset because of a bad mark in the final exam. However, when she received a gift as a consolation from her father, she put herself together and try to work harder.”

“You have to put yourself together, and then I will talk to you about your behaviour.” 

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