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".
Here are 5 ways to describe actions happening one after 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’
Here is a great opportunity to enrich your vocabulary. Learn different ways to say "useful".
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’
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’