Say more than "good" and "bad": Using your senses to expand your vocabulary (VIDEO)
It is perfectly normal to use the words "good" and "bad" to describe our experiences and our feelings. They are useful words when we want to give others a quick and general assessment of something. However, we all come to a point where we want to expand our vocabulary.
In my latest video, I look at one technique you can use to do this. This technique asks you to use your senses to give yourself and others a more precise sense of what you think about something. Take a look, and when you are finished, make sure to do the quiz on engVid.com. Also, leave a comment down below and tell me how this video made you feel, and what strategies you have used to increase your vocabulary.
Oh, and if you want a more expanded explanation of this video, check out the blog post that inspired it.
Until next time, I wish you success in your studies!