40+ advanced vocabulary words for 2021

40+ advanced vocabulary words for 2021

Hello, everyone, We are focused on building and expanding your vocabulary which will help you in all other areas of English. We are looking at very common English verbs, but they are more advanced and interesting versions so today's lessons Let's prepare 40+ advanced English verbs before we start. Don't forget to follow us and you can also follow us on our social media, don't forget to try these actions, which we are learning below to know in one sentence. If you leave me with one of these actions, I will investigate it for you. 

40+ advanced vocabulary words for 2021

40+ advanced vocabulary words for 2021

40+ advanced vocabulary words for 2021

1. we're going to look at synonyms for the verb to drink so the first verb is to sip and to sip means to drink something slowly to have a small amount at a time so for example, people generally sip tea or they sip coffee they don't drink it all down at once they take little amounts at a time.

2. The next action is to down a drink and to drink this drink at once. For example, if you are in a hurry and you need to drink your drink quickly then you can do it quickly. Can down

3. Although I say that the most common use of this action is when you are drinking alcohol and your friends are encouraging you to drink it all at once and they can say take it down and That means drink your drink, I don't recommend that people are bad though

4. The next day the headache is alright. Let's go to the synonyms of the verb. There are many different ways to eat. People describe different verbs in English to eat something. First of all, to describe different ways of eating. we have

5. Crunch - Crunch usually means to eat normally because the food has to be noisy to eat eg Crisps Carrot Peppers if you are going to eat them as you are doing. If you chew something then you eat something so that you keep eating it, then you need to eat it for a while to eat it and often if you are eating something.

So also make it a bit of noise. So often we describe animals such as cows sorting things that will feed grass to foreign cows or horses, or leave them chewed for a while because they are fixing it Huh

6. The next verb scoff and scoff means to eat something quickly because it is delicious or you are in a rush, if you ridicule it you will eat it with great fervor. It's a fairly informal word, but we use it all the time, so to say that wow she must be having fun is that she is actually ridiculing it.

Or is he ridiculing a little homework for you guys now because the verb scaff is actually the second meaning so I want you to take it away and research it and let me know in the findings below that you found out

7. Number seven is nibble and. It means to eat less. Eat it slowly to eat something so that they can usually munch on a snack for the fact that they are crunchy or nutty if they are going to a person's house for the night. Can be called a meal, there can be some snacks before dinner.

8. Number eight is to chomp and it means to eat something again or where you are chewing it a lot, we really need to chew it, for example, there might be things like toffee and sweets where You are really ready to chew them, now we are looking at the option of action towel. There are many different ways that people can walk.

9. There are different verbs to describe the different manners of number nine for a walk and that means walking comfortably if you do not have to walk to get to any place where you are taking your time in a hurry. Huh. You can relax.

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For example, we can say that we went for a walk in the park. Stride the Neverb means to take big and long steps and with apropos so that you want to get somewhere that you want to show people That you are a lot of men who are actually a lot of men, they know that they must have understood that they have found it somewhere quickly so they will take big steps and maybe walking with confidence.

10. Number 10 I love this action. It airs and is especially used to describe the way women walk if you stop your walking in the way in which you show off in some way. By doing so you are walking a lot of confidence. Taking big steps again, but you are walking with that attitude when you are walking to show yourself in such high heels and things like that. Like they will air at once.

11. Number 11 Again this is one of my favorite verbs and it is to swagger to swagger and swagger means to walk again in a way that you are showing that you are walking quite confidently, but it There is also a way to show that you would probably be a little bit rebellious for example in American film gangsters so fast that they would walk to show who they are and show how important they are and things like that.

12. To reduce the number to 12 if you check your phone while you walk slowly, you can try to avoid inactivity, for example, our parents when we were younger We must say that we need to leave school. We are looking for synonyms of the verb to speak

And you can guess the verb to talk to, so you can guess that it was really yelling or shouting. If you are screaming then you might be screaming all over the room or if you yell at somebody You're angry that way, so right now what can everyone do that can make you whisper. If you whisper you're saying something very quietly in someone's ear

This is usually because you do not want other people to hear what you are saying, so it is a secret that you have to mutter to hum a guy.

Answer the teacher. They can make a rumble. They can say that you know what the answer is to mute the mutter one after the other, very similar in meaning to actually mutter, but people call them themselves Can mute

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So for example people can sarcasm about the things they have to do. That day they can well say that I have remembered to do this and I have got some oil for the car.

This number is 18 eighteen to argue and it means to argue about something but more formally if you argue something you look at different sides of the argument and you present your case against something or often And you will go against a particular person or a particular group of people is fine

Number 19 is something to dispute and it means that you strongly disagree about something so if you dispute something you say something is not right so you can dispute someone's opinion or You can legally dispute something, for example, if someone says that you have damaged their car, you can dispute it with the police and say that you did not do so and completely disagree. Were

The number 20 is to persuade and it means just to have a conversation, to talk, that it is okay to talk in an interactive way

Number 21 is the act of staring so this verb means to look at something for a long time so that people can stare at it. It can mean that someone is staring at a painting in an art gallery for example that they enjoy So that they don't want it. Close your eyes and that's why they stare at it but I think staring is considered rude in most cultures around the world if you don't know the person who might make the other person feel uncomfortable.

types of vocabulary active and passive

Glancing at number 22 is just a quick glance, so you can say that oh, I used to monitor the newspaper, but I couldn't see anything interesting so I didn't read it, peek is another quick glance, but peek This often happens when if you peep through a doorway for example

So you can't see that and see what's going on in another room where you shouldn't see what's happening for example when we kids and our parents are having a party and we should not be allowed to see through the door what they are doing

They have a quick glance to glimpse again. If you see something you only see it quickly so that bird watchers or people who like and see nature, they will often only get a glimpse of the animal or bird that They're just taking a quick look

The number 25 is gazing, it's like staring but it's more with admiration and it's more polite so if you gaze at something, you're finding it so beautiful that you don't want to stop looking at it So that people can gaze. Beautiful landscapes, for example, they can look at each other with love if they are a couple who love e.g.

The number 26 is for skint and it is when the sun is in your eyes that you cannot see very well, so you squirt in this way. Now we are looking at synonyms for the verb to really love. What is very interesting about English as opposed to Romance languages

Is it that we don't have a lot of ways to describe the verb, it's a bit worrying what people can say about us because the main synonym of love is to follow love and it means that you Love if you tell someone you love them

So it is very strong in English if we say that we like a particular food or we consider a particular item of clothing, which means we love it so it is okay to hate the word Let's go to synonyms.

So the number 28 is to hate. If you say that you hate something then it is stronger than hate, so you hate so you really really hate. It is a very strong way of expressing hate. Or dislike the next if you say you hate

So you hate or have a very strong way to tell someone again that you dislike or you hate something again to hate a strong feeling of hatred maybe not as strong as the other two, But we can say for example that I am getting up this morning

Number 29 This is a synonym for dislike and if you leave someone out or want to do something like that, you return them so that you are rejecting them. You do not want to know them that you do not want to talk to them. If you have a big disagreement, for example, you can leave a member of your family.

40+ advanced vocabulary words for 2021

 numbers 30 The strong way to dislike  is to say someone with disgust - it's actually a very strange word, so I can give you an example, which I have to accept and that is that I'm learning grammar Am

I don't really like learning grammar when I'm learning another language, I detest it, I prefer speaking and communicating than learning grammar, so I don't enjoy it, so I hate that it Dislikes OK moving to a synonym for verb

The number 31 is the thought process and means to surprise something as well as to think of another so that if someone thinks about what you are thinking about, but not in a way that you are comfortable with Do not be in a very comfortable way. You can indicate the existence of life

The number 32 is to reckon and reckon is actually an informal way you think it looks like if you say oh I say it's going to rain tomorrow or what do you think about it

So you are asking that person what do you think, what does that mean? To think, but to do some work to try to understand if you say that I think I'm going to take 10 minutes to get home, you're saying I understand or I worked That's gonna take me this long to get home, next we have synonyms with verbs to work with

Number 33 is the action of extruding. If you exert yourself you use a lot of energy that you are putting a lot of effort into something so that you can say that I had exerted myself in the gym. I worked very hard. Was of

types of vocabulary active and passive

The number 34 is more than an old-fashioned word, but you will still see it in newspapers and books and things and have to build toilets again in this way, that means working too hard means it has a negative connotation. , It is almost like you. 'The work starts again without too much reward while moving on a more enjoyable subject and it is synonymous with activities to enjoy.

So number 35 this release means that if you miss something, you are expected to be excited to be happy about this particular thing.

Number 36 is to taste. If you taste something, you enjoy it so much that you have it slowly and you enjoy its taste or its experience, so you take it all in, Do not finish it soon and make sure you are experiencing the most, so if you taste a glass of wine, you will sip it slowly and you will smell it. You will have the experience of having that glass of wine.

The number 37 is to bask and usually, we use it because usually we bask in something and this is where we enjoy something so much that we soak up this feeling, e.g. For, people can also see lizard snakes in sunlight and things like that. They usually sunbathe in the sun, they enjoy it so much, so they are still getting sunlight, It is also a pleasure to bask in the sun, which is synonymous with action.

Therefore, number 38 is a very simple synonym that if someone is bothering you, you feel upset or a little bit angry.

39 is - Pester - Pester, this is a strong way to make someone angry if you pester them then you keep trying to make them angry, so that you keep trying to get feedback from them, e.g. journalist Celebrities or pastors will harass politicians for an answer. They will not readily respond.

Number 40 I like the expression for this action that is in this expression and it has to be ruffled. We will often say that we rub someone's feather and that means we bother them if we ruffle their feathers. So we make them angry in such a way that we 'disturbed them and it's as if their wings have been messed up. If you imagine a bird with its wings it is just like we say about the person.

41 has to be exaggerated and this is where you get angry and you disappoint the person so if the person is exaggerated then they feel quite disappointed with the situation

Number 42 is quite a simple one. This one is just to cause so much jealousy. Maybe not as strong as a fit of angry jealousy can only be so that something makes you a little angry. Doing like this new cream I'm using is irritating my skin. It's making my skin red or itchy. Only five. Now we're seeing synonyms of the verb to touch.

If you offend someone, number 43 is to offend, so you offend them, maybe you are trying to wake them up, or maybe you are trying to do them or something like that, But usually, this happens, get feedback from them that you like

44 is to shock. If you jerk someone it is not a very good thing but if you get a fly or some dust on your finger, for example, you can shock it.

45 Someone has to pinch, where you do it with two fingers and you pinch them, if you hit it hard, that's not a very good thing, for example, parents and grandparents slowly Can pinch a child's cheek, they will say oh you are cute or for example, they are not cool, they can pinch gently.

Numbers 46 and fifty are beautiful synonyms of the verb to embrace. Number 46 has to be fabricated. We use it especially in situations where tenderness is fine. It's a sweet way to say it with more tenderness than the last.

Number 47 is to hug, to hug someone but a more formal way of saying that if you hug is similar to a hug but it can also mean accepting something completely so you can say I have adopted my new healthy lifestyle.

Accepted to enjoy it to the fullest, so this is another way to use it is a great way. Okay, guys. They were our 40+ Advanced English Verbs.

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