Not everything in life is fantastic. Not everything makes us feel happy. In today’s post I’ll show you some ways to express dissatisfaction.
There are times when your brain tells you that you have to do something that you don’t want to do, and times that your brain says to stop doing something but you feel like that’s impossible. Well, here is some vocabulary to help explain those situations.
I’ve already posted before about discussing movies and books but sometimes you need some extra vocabulary to talk about television.
Sometimes when you are talking to someone you want to use a word that you have learnt and forgotten or there’s a perfect word in your first language that nobody else would understand. To deal with that you need to use simple language to describe unknown words. This is called circumlocution and it is the … [Read more…]
In today’s post I’m going to teach you how to discuss risk and danger. It’s useful for business and also for general situations.
When you describe things it can be very useful to use shape vocabulary. Flat shapes such as square and circle are used as loanwords in a lot of languages but 3D shapes are not as common.
Even the healthiest person needs to visit the doctor sometimes. Here is some language you can use to describe common illnesses.
When talking about places or events it is often interesting or necessary to describe the atmosphere. How did it feel to be there? People want to know details like this so they can imagine the situation. This is true both when speaking and writing.
Speaking speed is one of the things most students feel nervous about at one stage or another. What is the right speaking speed? How do you get it? What do we talk about when we talk about speaking speed? I think I have all of your worries covered.
One of the best ways to learn vocabulary is by experience, and I never recommend translating vocabulary between your first and second languages. To learn more everyday vocabulary, use supermarkets.