'Mysterious Benedict': Solve A Puzzle, Save The World
Puzzle-solving genius kids form a pint-size crime-fighting Mod Squad in this month's Backseat Book Club pick. Trenton Lee Stewart, author of The Mysterious Benedict Society, takes questions from young readers about the book's twists, turns and creative conundrums.
Informal and Formal Words List - Lessons For English
English Informal and Formal Words List INFORMAL FORMAL find out ascertain free release get obtain get in touch with contact It’s about It concerns buy purchase keep retain leave out omit let permit look at examine make up fabricate need to required point out indicate put off delay put up tolerate rack up accumulate ring up call orry apologise seem appear set up establish show illustrate show up arrive stand for represent start commence think about consider
Words to Use Instead of 'VERY' in English - English Grammar Here
English words to use instead of very Very quiet –> Hushed Very rich –> Wealthy Very sharp –> Keen Very scary –> Chilling Very rainy –> Pouring Very painful –> Excruciating Very pale –> Ashen Very old –> Ancient Very perfect –> Flawless Very scared –> Petrified Very serious –> Grave Very shiny –> Gleaming Very short –> Brief Very old-fashioned –> Archaic Very noisy –> Deafening Very bad –> Awful Very cold –> Freezing Very clear –> Obvious Very long –> Extensive …
16 Boring Words & What to Use Instead (Infographic)
Are boring words hurting your writing? Some words, when repetitively used, become boring for the reader. Consider using a synonym instead, which might help convey the meaning more vividly and accurately.
Linking Words Chart in English - English Grammar Here
Linking Words Chart in English Consequence Contrast Adding Ideas – As a result – Thus – So – Therefore – As a consequence – Eventually – That’s why – However – But – Yet – Whereas – While – On the one hand – On the other hand – Moreover – Also – Besides – In addition – What’s more – Not only … but also Opinion Concession Purpose – In my opinion – As far as I’m concern – To my mind – It seems to me that… – Even though – But for – Despite – Apart from