Other Ways to Say “Fit”

The adjective "fit" has more than one meaning but in this lesson, we will discuss its meaning as "be in good physical condition", which is related to "fitness".

5 Ways to Describe Things Happening One After Another

Here are 5 ways to describe actions happening one after another

Other Ways to Say ‘Another’

ANOTHER ONE - one more person or thing.Ex: The cookie is delicious. Can I have another one? ONE MORE - use it to say it is the last one.Ex: I'll take one more piece of cake and it's the last one, I promise. EXTRA - useful addition to the usual amount.Ex: I'd like to earn … Continue reading Other Ways to Say ‘Another’

Other Ways to Say ‘Useful’

Here is a great opportunity to enrich your vocabulary. Learn different ways to say "useful".

Other Ways to Say ‘Angry’

Mad – become very angry.Ex: Your brother will go mad when he finds out that you took his jacket. Annoyed – angry and irritated.Ex: She was annoyed with Sue for not calling. Furious – extremely angry.Ex: Sheila was furious when she saw the article. Bitter – angry and unhappy.Ex: John felt bitter about his failure. … Continue reading Other Ways to Say ‘Angry’

Different Ways to Say ‘Interesting’

ENGAGING – pleasant, charming. Ex: Tom has the most engaging smile I’ve ever seen. FASCINATING – attractive, enchanting, very interesting. Ex: The leading actress was fascinating. APPEALING – attractive, interesting. Ex: The idea of moving to Canada was appealing. CAPTIVATING – very attractive. Ex: The beauty of the tourist sight was captivating. SENSATIONAL – outstanding, … Continue reading Different Ways to Say ‘Interesting’