•Light at the end of the tunnel (idiom) - A sign that something difficult or unpleasant is almost at an end. （隧道终点的亮光，事态泛起好转的迹象）
1. Business has been bad recently, but I think we're beginning to see some light at the end of the tunnel.
2. They are falling deeper into debt, and there is no light at the end of the tunnel.
•Eat out (phrasal verb) -
To eat away from home, especially at a restaurant.（外出用餐）
1. We usually eat out on Saturdays.
2. When I lived in UK, I used to eat out all the time.
•Make the best of it (idiom) -
To accept a bad or difficult situation without complaining and try to deal with it as well as you can.（全力而为，因势利导）,
1. Well, we must take things as they are and make the best of it.
2. There was no one to help me, so I just had to make the best of it.
•Bored to death (idiom) –
1. I pretended to listen, but I was bored to death.
2. There are no jobs, there's nothing to do; these young people are bored to death.
•Go through the motions (idiom) –
Do something perfunctorily, or merely pretend to do it. （装装样子，搪塞了事）
1. He says he's been investigating my complaint, but I feel he's just going through the motions.
2. The team is so far behind that they're just going through the motions.