My wife and I were talking about our friends and neighbors, and we asked them if they really knew the best synonyms of the words they use and we ended up writing this blog post. We’re not sure how effective it was, but we hope you learned some surprising truths we wish we had come across as teenagers in the mid-nineties.
Many people today have their own lists of the best synonyms of those words they use, but that is just the start. You will also uncover new ones every once in a while too. Our goal here was to uncover as many truths about how people in our daily lives use certain words that we find most useful.
It’s very unlikely that most of these truths are known all by name. A few good synonyms will give you some quick tips about the words you might hear when you are trying to remember them, but most people will not be aware of all the synonyms they use. One reason for this is that we feel like it is our duty to make the best use of the information we are given.
There are literally dozens of ways to begin learning synonyms and the ones we have chosen are based on a lot of research and we have taken the best of each one we come across and tried to make sure its use is actually functional.We think that it is important to take the time to learn new synonyms. This will not only help you remember them but will improve your ability to use them in the future.
If you feel intimidated by word lists, you’ll love this post. Read about 12 ‘hard truths’ about how different people use the words they use and give yourself a hint about how many of these words you can use in day to day transactions. Old blog: If you are feeling like your marriage is slipping away, we are here to offer a glimpse into what could be the cure.
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