favourable, fortunate, happy, lucky
favourable ： 普通用词，指预示从良好的结果中能得到明显好处，有利于达到目的。
fortunate ： 指目前已存在的成功或有利情况，或指因好运或机会带来的成功和喜悦。
happy ： 侧重指不是通过某种机会，而是凭借鉴另和选择手段而得到利益与好处。有时也指偶然得到的好处，但强调的是有利的结果。
lucky ： 多指偶然机遇中的有利或幸运情况。
you (或 he等) will be lucky (或 should be so lucky)
‘A shirt would be nice.’ ‘You'll be lucky.’.
lucky devil (或 lucky you, her，等)
1. She is in the fortunate position of having plenty of choice.
2. Anna approached several builders and was fortunate to come across Eddie.
3. I often think about those less fortunate than me.
4. It was fortunate that the water was shallow.
5. The first two goals were a shade fortunate.
6. A series of fortunate opportunities opened to him.
7. I have been fortunate enough to visit many parts of the world as a lecturer.
8. He is the fortunate possessor of a fine singing voice.
9. A fortunate encounter brought the two friends together after a long separation.
10. The year has been an especially fortunate one for me.
11. He counted himself fortunate to have such an opportunity.
12. I count myself to be fortunate.
13. The youth was fortunate in having understanding parents.
14. The lack of good diagnostic test isn't fortunate.
15. He is peculiarly fortunate in his wife.
1. That improved Mrs Goole's already favourable opinion of him.
2. The commission is cautiously favourable to Austrian membership, foreseeing few economic problems.
3. His recently completed chapel for Fitzwilliam is attracting favourable comment.
4. I heartily agree with her favourable comments on Germany and France.
5. Gately, a quiet and very polite young man, made a favourable impression.
6. These terms were favourable to India.
7. She made a favourable impression on his parents.
8. The company will lend you money on very favourable terms.
9. We found that most people are favourable to the idea.
10. It's encouraging to receive a favourable report on one's study.
11. They suppressed news that was not favourable to them.
12. His intelligence is comparatively favourable with that of his brother.
13. It produced so much favourable comment from the press.
14. The accounts show a favourable balance of 150 yuan.
15. The journey leaves a favourable impression.
1. She has now changed into a happy, self-confident woman.
2. He was so happy communing with the dolphin in Dingle Bay.
3. Like the best stories, this one may yet have a happy end.
4. Some foreign governments appear happy to gloss over continued human rights abuses.
5. I wasn't too happy with what I'd written so far.
6. The whole idea was to give history a happy gloss.
7. If you are not happy about a repair, go back and complain.
8. They are not entirely happy with his criticism of the president.
9. Her grandmother had the gift of making people happy.
10. She had few friends, and was generally not very happy.
11. I was never really happy there, although the people were kindness itself.
12. If you think I'm happy with what's left, you're very wrong.
13. We are both so happy, you have no idea.
14. I'll be happy to answer any questions if there are any.
15. She led a normal, happy life with her sister and brother.
1. Chantal was lucky to be able to salvage her career.
2. I'm lucky really as I never put on weight.
3. We're lucky to have such a man in our midst.
4. "I'm a lucky man, undeservedly lucky," he said humbly.
5. In China bats are thought of as being very lucky.
6. They admit they are now desperate for a lucky break.
7. You'll be lucky to have change out of £750.
8. Touch wood, I've been lucky enough to avoid any other serious injuries.
9. The two officers were extremely lucky to escape serious injury.
10. "Do these kids know how lucky they are?" Jackson asked rhetorically.
11. Another of his lucky finds was a pair of candle-holders.
12. If you're lucky, a splendid golden eagle may soar into view.
13. "You're unbelievably lucky."— 'What do you mean by that.'
14. It was lucky you came along.
15. Thank your lucky stars you're out of London.