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Extreme Adjectives

February 5th, 2020

Extreme adjectives are words that give extra emphasis to the subject they describe.

 
angry – furious
bad – awful, terrible
big – huge,  gigantic
pretty – gorgeous, beautiful
clean – spotless
cold – freezing
crowded – packed
nice – lovely
dirty – filthy 
funny – hilarious
good – fantastic, excellent
hot – boiling
disappointed – gutted
hungry – starving
interesting – fascinating
old – ancient
tasty – delicious
pretty – gorgeous
sad – miserable
scary – terrifying
happy – elated
small – tiny
surprising – astounding
tired – exhausted
ugly – hideous
long – endless
expensive – exorbitant
 

 

Basic Synonym Words in English

January 31st, 2020
large – big
small – tiny
exit – leave
speak – talk
present – gift
fast – quick
alike – same
ill – sick
stone – rock
near – close
last – final
start – begin
easy – simple
arise – lift
false – untrue
under – below
above – over
angry – mad
difficult – hard
rule – law
write – record
one – single
mistake – error 
keep – hold
occur – happen
end – finish
eat – consume
respect – honor
trip – journey
get – receive
mobile – moverble
sad – unhappy
glad – happy
good – fine
true – correct
job – occupation
old – ancient
infant – baby
rich – wealthy
select – choose
safe – secure
accurate – correct
afraid – scared
always – forever
arrive – reach
connect – join
care – protection
clarify – explain
damage – hurt
awful – terrible 
behave – act
bizarre – weird 
correct – right
delicate – fragile
diminish – decrease
disappear – vanish
disclaim – deny
silent – quite
intelligent – clever
show – display
appear – seem
rude – impolite
want – desire
annoy – irritate
odd – strange
native – local
amount – quantity
operate – function
ask – inquire
non – stop – continuous
brave – bold
vary – differ
buy – purchase
allow – permit
innocent – harmless
understand – comprehend
admit – confess
broad – wide
outside – external
almost – nearly
suggest – purpose
assure – guarantee
neglect – disregard
rescue – save
destroy – demolish
massive – enormous
vacant – empty
lack of – depaive of
slim – slender
join – connect
fatigue – exhaust

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50 Words to Use Instead of “Very”

January 30th, 2020
very lazy – indolent
very fat – obese
very afraid – terrified
very accurate – exact
very often – frequently
very smelly – pungent
very smooth – sleek
very willing – eager
very long- term – enduring
very nervous – apprehensive
very strong – unyielding
very tasty – delicious
very tired – exhausted
very valuable – precious
very neat – immaculate
very risky – perilous
very afraid – fearful
very creative – innovative
very evil – wicked
very good – excellent
very light – luminous
very nice – kind
very rich – wealthy
very roomy – spacious
very smart – intelligent
very necessary – essential
very noisy – deafening
very dry – parched
very cold – freezing
very clever – brilliant
very stupid – idiotic
very thin – gaunt
very ugly – hideous
very wicked – villainous
very quiet – silent
very accurate – exact
very clean – spotless
very dear – cherished
very happy – ecstatic
very large – huge
very little – tiny
very powerful – compelling
very risky – perilous
very short – brief
very worried – distressed
very upset – distraught
very glad – overjoyed
very cute – adorable
very colorful – vibrant
very shy – timid

 

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Αnd vice versa…

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English Vocabulary Exercises

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