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Good on ya




English Meaning 1

well done, good job

English Example 1

“How’d you go in the exam?”
“Not bad, I got 84%.”
“Good on ya” (Good on ‘you’ when you learn English, not ‘ya’)

English Meaning 2

sarcastic use (when we speak English with a funny tone) meaning the opposite - that’s not well done

English Example 2

“Oh crap!”
“What’s up?”
“(I) just hit my thumb with the hammer!”
“Oh good on ya, idiot!” (remember ‘ya’ when we speak English, ‘you’ when we write English)
“Yeah thanks,”

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