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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #119721: Hopefulness or Optimism
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    1. (                          ) is a way of thinking which makes us look at bright side of different situations and makes us expect the best possible results.

    2. (                                   ) is a mental condition in which we expect good results of certain happenings and feel good about them.

    3. If we don't entertain any hope of a (                    ) future, we might not make any serious, long and continuous efforts at all.

    4. Hope is, in fact, associated with (                    ) and love.

    5. If a child is born in a (                             ) family, it can grow up into a boy or girl with an optimistic outlook on life.

    6. Hope helps us in facing (                          ) and misfortunes.

    7. The social conditions in which a person lives affect his (                          ) and thinking a lot.

    8. The political situation in the country is a great (                                   ) of the level of general and individual happiness and optimism.

    9. High hopes and (                                      ) are the result of complex social and personal causes.

    10. Of course, we can never be (                       ) if we are not inwardly satisfied and socially happy.

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