face = to experience a challenge or a problem. Also, face up to.
She faces many new responsibilities in her job as a manager. She’s ready to face up to the challenge.
fall apart = to lose control; to break; to fail.
His life started to fall apart when he began to drink again.
As a result, everything fell apart at his job, too, so he was fired.
fall through: something doesn’t happen. Often used for business relationships.
They were going to start a business together, but then their plans fell through.
figure out = to learn how to do something; think for oneself.
The boys didn’t know how to make a cake, but they figured out for themselves how to do it.
They figured it out.
fill in = to write information on a form; to talk and provide information. Fill me in.
She has to fill in the blanks on these forms.
find out = to get information from another person, a computer, a newspaper, etc.
To find out what kinds of jobs are available, you can go online and do a search.
for good = forever; something will or will not change.
He’s moving into a new house, but he probably won’t stay for good.
for sure = to know something is true; to be certain
He knows for sure that he’s in love with his girlfriend.
Does she love him for sure?