Overused Words



“Overused Words” Blog Posts!

Very (Overused Words)

Very is one of the most overused words in the English language! Expand your vocabulary by utilizing some of these terms! Check out our latest PODCAST!! Why not support Thinking…

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Change (Overused Words)

‘Change’ can be a relatively vague verb! By using ‘transform,’ ‘modify,’ and ‘adjust’ you can create more specific meanings! Why not give it a try next time? Check out our…

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Very (Overused Words)

‘Thunderous’ applause, ‘deafening’ music, the ‘bustling’ station; there are some great alternatives to loud, noisy, and crowded! Why not give them a go? Check out our latest PODCAST!! Why not…

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Therefore (Overused Words)

How do you introduce an effect or consequence in English. The two most common methods are using ‘so’ and ‘therefore.’ However, these are not the only ways! Here are three…

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Said! (Overused Words)

He said; she said; you said; I said… too many ‘Saids.’ Repeatedly using the word said, especially in writing and story telling, can be quite boring! Try some of these…

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Perfect! (Overused Words)

Overusing perfect can make things sound a little bit insincere. Not everything can be, or is, perfect! So these three words should help you out next time you want to…

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How are you? (Overused Words)

How are you? This might be the most common question in the English language! However, it is not the only greeting you can use. Why not try one of these…

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Important (Overused Words)

Important is an incredibly useful word, but it is a word we use too much! ’Essential’, ‘urgent’, and ‘critical’ are good alternatives and provide more specific meaning. Why not give…

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Very – Part 2 (Overused Words)

The weather is one of the most common conversation topics in the English language. So it is crucial that English learners are comfortable talking about this topic! These four words…

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Many (Overused Words)

‘Many’ people use ‘many’ too ‘many’ times in ‘many’ situations… here are a few alternatives to try the next time you want to talk about an indeterminate number of things!…

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