It's been a busy week.
A How are things, Neil?
B I'm tired. It's been a busy week.
A Maybe you should take it easy this weekend.
B Yes, I think I will.
A A good rest， maybe take a little walk in the park around the lake.
B Yes. And go to a good restaurant for dinner!
1 How are things? / How'are things? Is an informal way of saying How are you? / How are you? You would use it informally with someone you know well.
How are things? /你怎么样？是How are you? /你好吗？得非正式说法。对你非常熟悉的人可以使用这种说法。
2 If you are tired, perhaps after a long hard day at work, you can say: I'm tired / I'm tired.
如果你累了，例如做了一天的工作，你可以说：I'm tired / 我累了。
3 To take it easy / To take it easy. To relax. You should take it easy this weekend / You should take it easy this weekend.
To take it easy /别紧张。意思是放松。You should take it easy this weekend / 这个周末你应该放松一下。
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