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English Question about Close Friends

English Question about Close Friends

If you were offered a much better job in another city and knew you would, over the years, drift away from your closest friends if you took it, would you go?

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4 comments on “English Question about Close Friends for Discussion”

    • I have the same opinion, with this difference that I believe sometimes we can create job opportunities for others, as well. I mean becoming an entrepreneur is more difficult but, at the same time, more rewarding than being a job seeker.

  1. Yes, I would take the job. Because a better job means better salary and new experiences and going out off your comfort zone.
    And honestly I don’t wanna lose the chance of improving just because of the fear of losing contact with my friends. And I don’t really worry about it. For that in a new place I can find new friends and still be in contact with my old ones.

    • That’s a wise choice to make, and it proves that you’re ready to change for the better, and you have enough motivation to trigger any positive changes.
      * Collocationally speaking, it’s better to say / write a higher / larger salary.
      * Go out off one’s comfort zone = get out of / step out of one’s comfort zone


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