“bad”by using your senses – I’ll show you how. We use the words
“good”and “bad” to make quick, general judgments about how we experienced something. These words are shortcuts that give other people a sense of our feelings about a new food we tried, a movie we saw, or about any experience we have had. However, everyone – whether they’re an English learner or someone whose first language is English – comes to a point where they want to use more precise vocabulary to express themselves. In this lesson, I will teach you how to use your senses to expand your vocabulary and to find the words you are really looking for. Yes, this method is challenging to use in the heat of a real conversation, but it is possible, and it will help you to grow your communication skills. Don’t forget to keep the conversation going in the comments. How did this video make you feel?
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