How to express your feelings better

We have been found wanting when it comes to finding suitable words to express our feelings. Every feeling in our daily lives has a degree with which we experience them. Not every time would we feel the same extent of the emotion as the last time. Due to this handicap that we face, we either fumble to fit the correct word in the correct place, or we are unable to express ourselves well.

Today, let us explore our daily life emotions with some better substitutes in English language to diversify our usage of English words and provide variety to reader/listener as well. It would also broaden our personal horizon in terms of our Language.

English Speaking, English Grammar, PEP TALK INDIA, Vocabulary

 

Following are some common emotions that we feel and express regularly, but the superlative degree of them is just attached with the adverb ‘very’ by us. For example, happy becomes very happy, sad becomes very sad etc.

To sound more impressive, we can depict the emotions with a higher degree without using VERY.

Very Happy: ELATED, THRILLED, ECSTATIC

Very sad: DEJECTED, DEPRESSED, MISERABLE

Very Angry: FURIOUS, ENRAGED

Very scared: TERRIFIED, PETRIFIED

Very colorful: VIBRANT

Very Bad: HORRIBLE, TERRIBLE, AWFUL

Very Pretty: ATTRACTIVE, GORGEOUS

Very Big: MASSIVE, ENORMOUS, HUMONGOUS

Very Important: VITAL, CRUCIAL

Very hungry: FAMISHED, STARVING

Very Thirsty: PARCHED

Very Careful: CAUTIOUS

Very Shocked: ASTONISHED

We hope that these words would provide you with a good engine start to become a confident English Speaker.

 

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