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    Common English Words

    Common English Words

    Improve your English Vocabulary by learning these common English words you can use when speaking in English. These words we will be going through are synonyms of common words you are most likely using frequently when speaking in English. Together we will go through the definition of the words and a few examples to help you learn and use these common English words when speaking in English.

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    Honest


    Sincere: (of a person) saying what they genuinely feel or believe


    For example: I’m sure he is a sincere person


    Frank: Open, honest, direct in speech or writing


    For example: to be frank, I don’t know


    Blunt: Uncompromisingly forthright


    For example: I have to be blunt. I don’t like your wedding dress


    Forthright: Direct and outspoken


    For example: You’re right, it would be nice if she’d be forthright
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    Admit:

    Confess: Admit that one has committed a crime or done something wrong

    For example: She confessed that she had damaged the car.


    Reveal: make (previously unknown or secret information) known to others.

    For example: Mary’s husband was forced to reveal Mary’s whereabouts


    Avow: Assert or confess openly

    For example: He avowed his change of faith.
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    Cry


    Weep: To shed tears

    For example: he wept bitter tears at her cruelty


    Sob: Cry noisily, making loud convulsive gasps

    For example: she broke down and sobbed like a child


    Bawl: Weep or cry nosily

    For example: I bawled my eyes out when I heard the bad news.

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    Fat


    Plump: Rather fat

    For example: A rather plump girl began to walk towards them.


    Overweight: Above a weight considered normal or desirable

    For example: It’s time to admit she’s overweight.


    Flabby: Soft, loose, and fleshy

    For example: This exercise helps to flatten a flabby stomach.

    Chubby: plump and rounded.

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    Boring

    Tedious: Too long, slow, or dull

    For example: It really was a tedious journey.


    Dull: Lacking interest or excitement

    For example: “your laerning doesn’t have to be dull and boring”


    Uninteresting: Not arousing curiosity or interest


    For example: The scenery was uninteresting.


    Tiresome: Causing one to feel bored or annoyed


    For example: His speech was quite tiresome.

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    Rude

    Impolite: Not having or showing good manners

    For example: It would’ve been impolite to refuse the invitation.



    Insolent: Showing a rude and arrogant lack of respect


    For example: She hated the insolent tone of his voice.


    Impudent: Not showing due respect for another person


    For example: His thoughts are impudent to say the least.


    Cheeky: showing a lack of respect or politeness in a way that is amusing or appealing.


    For example: His thoughts are impudent to say the least.

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    Begin

    Start: Begin from a particular point in time or space

    For example: The season starts in September.


    Initiate: Cause (a process or action) to begin


    For example: The project was initiated by me.


    Launch: Start or set in motion


    For example: He’s begun by launching an emotive advertising campaign.


    Commence: Begin


    For example: His design team commenced work.


    Embark: Begin (a course of action)


    For example: She embarked on a new career.

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    Exactly


    Precisely: In exact terms; without vagueness

    For example: The guidelines were precisely defined.


    Completely: Totally; utterly… not lacking anything


    For example: That story is completely true.


    Absolutely with no qualification, restriction, or limitation; totally.


    For example: He absolutely adores his car.

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    Laugh


    Chuckle: Laugh quietly or inwardly

    For example: I chucked at the surprise on her face


    Giggle: Laugh lightly and repeatedly in a silly way


    For example: they giggled at some private joke


    Cackle: Laugh in a rough, harsh way


    For example: the witch cackled at the end of the story


    Snigger: Laugh in a scornful way


    For example:They kept sniggering at her

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