Welcome back to another episode before reading. In this one, we’re going to talk about some very interesting vocabulary, and of course, my wonderful stories behind them.
- If you don’t approve the way one of your friends behaves, you need to drop a very subtle hint.
- It’s advisable to give a vague answer when asked your opinion by an examiner in an English test.
- If your friend asks for advice on a relationship, it’s better to say too lite than to be too blunt.
- Comments made on social media tend to be a lot more ambiguous than those made face to face.
- Fans of my local football team tend to be quite vocal when they disagree with the referee.
- It’s awful when actors in films mumble and you can’t understand what they’re saying.
- It’s wrong for advertisements to imply that some toys are designed for girls and some just for boys.
- Music conveys human emotion better than any other art form.