Here is a talk from ラジオ英会話.
Topic is Fixed form expression of encouragement.
First story is Two colleagues are talking about the contract one lost.
a You seem a little down. Is something wrong?
b I just got an email from one of our American clients. We didn't get the sales contract. It was my fault.
a What do you mean?
b My presentation last week was a disaster. I didn't prepare well enough.
a Come on. It's OK. You did your best.
b Thanks. But
actually but, I didn't do such a good job.
a Well, don't hesitate to ask me for help next time.
b Thank you.
key sentence is come on. It's OK.
In this case we can encourage the partner to be good.
You'll be All right.
Everything will work out. You'll see.
I'm sure everything will be OK.
Take it easy. We'll support you. Together we can do this.
It's OK. Ever startup has teething problem.
Take it easy. You have to stop worrying about everything.
I' sure everything will be OK. You can rely on our amazing staff.
Next story is a dancer and her coach are talking about the competition she lost.
a Coach. I wanted to win the dance competition so badly.
b Everyone wanted to win, but you're all amazing.
a No. I know I wasn't in sync with the other dancers at the start.That' why we lost.
b The winning team is simply too good today.
a Ahh. I guess so. It' just too hard to accept this result.
b That's part and parcel of any sport.
a You're right, as always. thanks, coach.
b Don't worry. Tomorrow's another day.
key sentence is Tomorrow's another day.
In other words,Tomorrow's a brand new day.
We need a diversion.
Don't get discouraged.
Don't worry. Everything is going like clockwork.
Relax. You were born to be an actor, and everyone 's going to love your performance.
Third story is Two persons are talking about how to learn Japanese.
a Japanese is really hard, especially, reading and writing.
I'll never learn all these kanji characters.
b Well, it takes a long time. Rome was not built in a day.
a But I was behind all the other students in my class. I feel like a failure.
b Don't be so hard on yourself. Everyone learns at their own pace.
a I wish I could learn faster.
b Hey, you need a break. Let's get a cup of coffee at the cafe.
a Good idea!
key sentence is Don't be so hard on yourself.
We need a diversion.
We know you can do it.
I know you'll do a fantastic job.
Don't be so hard on yourself. Everyone has a bad days.
I know you can do this. I believe in you 100%.
This kid is special, believe me. She has unbelievable talent.
Last story is Two persons are talking about one's hobby.
a Did you tell me that I' ve taken up a new hobby?
b No, what kind of hobby?
a Water color painting.
b That' s cool. Do you have any pictures that you can show me?
a Yes, Here's a water color of my dog, Paul. But he looks like a cat.
b Hmm. Stick with it. You 'll get better with practice.
a Thanks. How about I paint a picture of your dog in the park?
b That would be great.
key sentence is Stick with it!
We can encourage the partner to continue something.
Stick to your guns!
Hang in there!
Stick with it. Practice make perfect.
Stick to your guns. No matter how many people
try to change you your mind.
Things will work out. You just have to be a bit more patient.
Cheer up! Don't be so hard on yourself. Learning a language takes a long time.
The most important thing is not to give up.
Have you ever heard of the radio program 'radio eikaiwa' ? You can know we can't give up learning English because it is too interesting.
Let's hang in there together.