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20 idioms using the word EYE

20 Idioms Using the Word EYE

Hi dear English learners! Here is another lesson with body parts idioms. Today, it is about 20 idioms using the word EYE.

Gradable and Non-gradable Adjectives

Gradable and Non-gradable Adjectives

Imagine that you saw a film which made a great impression on you. You want to tell your friend about it. Well, you can say it using gradable adjectives – The film I watched last night was interesting or very interesting. But it is hardly enough to describe your impression. You can use the superlative – The film I saw last night was the most interesting film I’ve ever seen. Now you are getting closer. However, the best description would be provided by a non-gradable adjective. – The film I saw last night was fascinating. And can you imagine that you can make it sound even better? Try to strengthen the adjective fascinating with an adverb and your final sentence should sound like this – The film I saw last night was absolutely fascinating. There, you managed to explain the impression the film made on you in a few words by using a non-gradable adjective.

Words and Phrases to use Instead of “And”

Words and Phrases to use Instead of “And”

Hi dear English learners! Are you writing an essay? Or an email?   You must admit, it can be pretty hard to express your thoughts in writing sometimes but guess what. Here are some linkers to help you do that.  If you are acquainted with a variety of linking words and phrases to connect your ideas, the readers will be able to follow your train of thoughts easily. These words are usually conjunctions (and, but, although,…), adverbs (also, otherwise,… ), prepositions (since…), and all kinds of phrases we use to connect ideas. You can use them at the beginning of a paragraph, in the middle or at the end of a sentence. Today, we will be learning what other words and phrases to use instead of the conjunction “and”.

Adjectives that Describe Feelings

Adjectives that Describe Feelings

Have you ever wondered why we need adjectives? Well, we need them to clarify things and make them more interesting. The description without an adjective is dull, boring and unclear. Although it can be pretty hard to find adjectives to describe how we feel and what we mean sometimes, don’t despair and just try to add more words into your vocabulary.  In that sense, here are  46 adjectives to describe feelings in context to help you express your thoughts better.

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