Apollo Bay
Apollo Bay is a town in Victoria.
fit in
To fit in to a group of people is to feel you belong because you share similar beliefs.
Example: He hates sport, so he doesn't fit in with the boys who like to play football.
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felt
Here felt is the past tense of the irregular verb feel. Follow the link below to find out more and to listen to some examples.
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at the moment
now; at this time
Example: At the moment I'm reading this example.
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passed away
died
Example: My father passed away many years ago.
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dealing with
coping with; recognising and adjusting to an unpleasant emotional experience
Example: He found it impossible to deal with her tearful outbursts.
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I've had
I've had is short for I have had. This is the present perfect tense, which is used to talk about something that is in the past that continues to be true. The experiences Sarah talks about are in the past, and they remain useful to her. For more about using the present perfect tense, follow the link below.
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between the lines
To read between the lines is to find the hidden meaning of what someone writes or says.
Example: If you read between the lines, you can see that he didn't like women.
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skirting around
To skirt around something is to avoid dealing with it directly.
Example: He skirted around the main issue, which is that he has to take responsibility for what his staff do.
just kind of click
When something clicks, it goes really well.