Stephanie: Actually, yes! I’ve already found a new seller. He is as sharp as a tack
Leticia: Can’t we even talk this over? After all, I’ve been working here for 9 years!
Stephanie: There is no point in arguing! Look, Leticia, I’ve already made up my mind!
Leticia: Oh well… at least I won’t have to put up with your nonsense anymore! Good-bye to you and good-bye to this dead-end job.
Stephanie: Leave!!! Before I lose my temper!
at least- the good thing is that…; Anyway, no less than.
I can’t afford to buy a car, but at least I have a good bicycle.
They’ve run out of coffee, but at least they still have juice.
There were at least 100 people waitting to see the actor.
After all- despite everything, the fact is…
She lied to me, but after all she is a good friend.
dead-end job- a job that won’t lead to anything else.
Christian worked many dead-end jobs before finally deciding to start his own business.
Lose one’s temper- To become very angry
I’ve always lose my temper, when someone lie to me.
Make up one’s mind- to decide
I couldn’t make up my mind what to eat- eggs or bacon.
On point in- no reason to; it’s not worth
There is no point in worrying about things you can’t change.
Put up with- to endure without complaint
I don’t know how my mum puts up with her mean boss every day.
Sharp as a tack- very intelligent
Monica got a scholarship to Oxford. She is as sharp as a tack
Talk over- to discuss
My fiancé and I spent hours talking over the details of the wedding plan.