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    take a favorable turn / be on the mend

    You look after me carefully and help me a lot. So my illness take a favorable turn. / So I am on a mend.

    Which one is better?

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    Re: take a favorable turn / be on the mend

    Quote Originally Posted by ziawj2 View Post
    You look after me carefully and help me a lot. So my illness take a favorable turn. / So I am on a mend.

    Which one is better?
    "So I am on the mend."

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