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    Hi... I got a text, and it said: I am at good now. I know is refered to a place but I have no idea why it means. If someone can help me please...
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    Re: question

    Hi Brusamer

    Ex: I am at good now.

    The example sentence is awkward. Could it mean, "I am at a good place [in life] now"? If so, then 'to be at a good place' means to be happy and content in your life. The opposite is 'to be at a bad place [in life].'

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