I find this abstract from English with Jennifer‘s blog, a professional English teacher and I decide to share with you.
The community of online writers and educators makes the world a brighter place. Sharing ideas over the Internet has become so easy, and thankfully we can pass along good finds to our students with similar ease.
Have you ever come across a useful infographic? The truly helpful ones take time and effort to create. I appreciate Mr Jack Milgram . Open a new tab now and take a look at his 28 Boring Words Alternatives. Whether your students are writing an email, an essay, or slides for a presentation, this reference chart could come in handy.
A long list of word alternatives isn’t easily committed to memory, but with practice the more vibrant word choices will be become more familiar.