This is one of the important lessons in the Effective Vocabulary series. first, try to answer the below questions before we Talk About Actions.
What verb means to:
- Be purposely confusing?
- Tickle someone’s fancy?
- Flatter fulsomely?
- Prohibit some food or activity?
- Make unnecessary?
- Work against?
- Spread slander?
- Give implicit forgiveness for a misdead?
- Change hostility to friendliness?
Know the answer? If not, keep reading to learn the terms about “How to Talk About Actions”
Talk About Various Science and Scientists
Below are 10 terms about how to talk about different practitioners and their respective fields. Each of the following words has been explained by an idea to make a strong appeal to your understanding. Learn, practice, and improve.
- Play down
Playing it down
They were disparaging Truman’s achievement.
- Purposely talk in such a way as to be vague and misleading
Playing it safe
He was equivocating
- Tickle; stimulate pleasurably
Enjoying the little things
They titillate you.
- flatter lavishly
Playing it way up
They adulate such celebrities.
Accentuating the negative
The doctor is prescribing harmful items in your diet.
- Make unnecessary
Accentuating the affirmative
Your characteristics and temperament obviate such fears.
- Work against
Playing it wrong
It militates against success.
Playing it dirty
He’s maligning everyone.
Giving the benefit of any doubt
You condone them.
- Change hostility to friendliness
You try to placate him.
Hope this will help when you want to Talk About Actions
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