By Jack Milgram
Think about the last interesting conversation you had with a friend of yours. What made it so pleasant?
Chances are, what made it so great was your friend’s relatively rich vocabulary. And no, we are not talking about snooty guys throwing obscure terminology at you. We are simply talking about people who have the sense to use words more expressive than good and bad.
You can enhance your vocabulary right now! All you need to do is take a look at this infographic with various alternatives to 28 boring words.
Jack is a writer at Custom-Writing.org. He started his freelance career when he was a student. Jack has been interested in writing since he first took pen and paper in his hands. And he never stopped writing ever after. He loves combining his job with traveling around the world.
David Evans says
Very good article! And a quintessentially important point! I just recently used a word I’ve been wanting to use for a long time. The word is “asymptotically.” A hopelessly obscure, but very fun word. I used it in my Psychology Today blog, “Can’t We All Just Get Along?” David Evans