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Idiom of the week -Put on a good face

Posted by englishlessons on April 29, 2013


pretend to be happy when this is not the case


He was sad when his girlfriend moved away, but he put on a good face for his friends.

She was disappointed about her test scores, but she put on a good face for her classmates.

Picture it:

Picture putting on a mask with a smile to cover up the sad expression on your face.

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