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1. Will she be able to cope with the work?
2. They have to cope with a mountain of problems.
3. I cannot cope with that boy; he is stubborn.
4. I am afraid I cannot cope with this.
5. No one can cope with her in English.
6. She's struggling to cope with the heavy workload .
7. It must be difficult to cope with three small children and a job.
8. We needed to reskill our workforce to cope with massive technological change.
9. The rebels were ill-equipped to cope with Western weapons and forces.
10. His indefatigable spirit helped him to cope with his illness.
11. How do you cope with the problem of poor vision?
12. He found he could no longer cope with his demanding job.
13. You will learn to cope with the stresses and strains of public life.
14. The transport service cannot cope with the strain of so many additional passengers.
15. They may have to widen the road to cope with the increase in traffic.
16. She was finding it hard to cope with her son's increasingly antisocial behaviour .
17. No one can cope with him in English.
18. I can cope with her in small doses .
19. Some people find unemployment very difficult to cope with.
20. Fit people are better able to cope with stress.
21. Many people find it hard to cope with change.
22. My computer can cope with huge amounts of data.
23. Depression lowers the human ability to cope with disease.
24. Doctors are having to cope with an everexpanding workload.
25. I can't cope with all this aggro.
26. All this taught them how to cope with difficulties.
27. Hospitals said they could not cope with the wounded.
28. He was thick-skinned enough to cope with her taunts.
29. Happiness is not the absence of conflict[sentencedict .com], but the ability to cope with it.
30. He just buzzed off and left his wife to cope with the house and child.
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