go back up hill
A. It happens to most college student sometimes in the sophomore year they get interested in academics again, and then things start to go back up hill.
- “go back up hill” means “become better”, right?
B. She loves me very much and I enjoy her company.
- “enjoy her company” means “enjoy being with her” or “enjoy her friends”?
C. She’s very lucky to have such a caring and supportive aunt as you.
- I think “like you” is better, right?
Thanks a million
Re: go back up hill
B being with her
C I prefer 'as'- it goes with 'such'.
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