Even to some English speakers, our language is very confusing at times. Nearly always, there are several words with similar meanings. Let’s look at the number of different words used to describe an appointment with others, from a single person to hundreds or even thousands. An ordinary, average, everyday …
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Firstly, what are dead words and phrases? The definition favoured by English teachers is words that are overused. A few examples commonly cited with some of their more creative alternatives: Then: first, later, meanwhile Good: fine, splendid, marvellous Lots: plenty, scores, numerous, many Like: such as, for example, similarly …
As very young children at school, our teachers tried hard to impress upon our young minds the importance of listening. Most adults today can remember a song like this one, which was sung to the tune of Frere Jacques at the start of every school day: Eyes are watching, ears …