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Hello everybody welcome to Let's Talk, the place to boost up your English language skills.

My name is Michelle and today I'm going to tell you, ‘how I learned hundred new words

in one week’, can you believe that? It's possible to learn hundred new words of English

in just one week. But before we find out how you can do that I want to share something

with you. So let's look at this diagram, what do you see here? There are four different

levels of English, so most people start their English learning journey at the basic level,

right? And then eventually they get to the intermediate level, but what happens here?

They get stuck and that happens because their focus is only on grammar and they forget to

learn new words, phrasal verbs and conversational phrases. So this is what you need to change,

you need to think about how you can be the very few who move to the advanced level and

not just their that you even move to the fluent level of speaking English and to do that my

friends, you need to know some really useful English words and you need to stop using some

common words which are a part of your vocabulary right now. So let me tell you how did I learn

hundred words in just one week. So let's talk about it, there are some of these words that

you can see on the screen amazing, honestly, just, that, next, smalldo you use these

words? Are these common? Well I'm sure these words are super common and there was one point

in time when I used to use it all the time and then I realized that these words are hindering,

as in stopping my vocabulary from growing and that was the point I decided that I needed

to throw away, yes I needed to throw away these words from my daily conversation and

that is what we are going to do today. Today in this lesson, I'm going to give you five

new words for each of these words, okay? And that means you'll almost learn 35 new words

in just a few minutes, so imagine how much more can you learn in a week. Now let's begin

with our first word which isamazing”. So let's now find out what does amazing mean?

I'm sure you already know, amazing is a very common word and we use it when we are surprised,

Oh wow! You got a new car, it's amazing”, right? Or sometimes when you're extremely

happy, “Oh! You know something amazing happened with me today”, have you said that? I'm

sure. But now we need to cut out thisamazing’. Look at all of these sentences, I've got five

sentences here, tell me what's common? Just the wordamazing’, okay another amazing

and amazing, again amazing and amazing, how does it sound? Sounds boring. And your English

would sound basic when you keep repeating words like this. So what I'm gonna do is,

I'm going to help you get rid of these words and I'm gonna give you a new word for each

of these sentences. So let's begin with the first one. “It’s amazing to see you”,

right, don't you say that when you meet somebody after a long time, okay? How can you change

that? What else can you say? Well you can say, “it's wonderful to meet youand

no more amazing, okay? The next one, “yesterday's match was amazing”, you know that moment

when in the match you're just like at the corner of your seat and you're wondering about

which team is going to winand just in a moment the game has changed, okay because

your favorite player hit six, what's that moment called? It's more than amazing, it's

miraculousyes as if a miracle just happened. Okay, moving on to the next one, “your speech

was amazing”, now when you hear someone's speech and you thought it was great you say

it's amazingbut I'd say that you should say, “it's remarkableyes. So remarkable.

Of course the meaning is same but it's just the impact that the word creates. Okay, “it's

amazing how much weight you've lost”, so you see somebody after a long time and you

see that they've lost a lot of weight, what do you say? Well I'd suggest that you say,

incredible’. “It's incredible how much weight you've lost.” “You look amazing

in that dress”, now this one is really common. People might have told you or you might have

told it to someone else, but now you have an alternative, you can say thatyou look

stunning in that dress”, okay? So guys, here are a few alternatives, a few options

to the word, “amazingand I'd say that you must add five of these to your vocabulary.

So here are five new words for the word amazing, now let's move on and find five new words

for the wordwent”, now what does went mean? It's pretty simple, it means to go from

one place to another, but it is the past form, okay? So many ways to move from here to there.

Now let's look at a few sentences and try to replacewentwith more interesting

English words. So again we have, “went to the park”, “went to Singapore”, “went

to the malland we havethe thief went away quicklyagain very repetitive and

very boring. So let's look at the first one, “I went to the park”, well how did you

go to the park? You can talk about that action, so I'm sure youwalked to the parkthen

why not say it, right? So instead ofwentyou just say “I walk to the park”. Now

let's talk aboutgoing to Singaporehow did you go to Singapore? You must have

flown, right? Then again, why not just say “I flew to Singaporeinstead of saying

that youwent to Singapore’. Okay, “I went to the mall”, did you take a bike?

In that case the best word is to say yourode to the mall”. Okay, now look at the word

Ria went to the office”, maybe she drove, quite easy. So againRia drove to the office”.

So what we're doing is, we're just talking about the actions we did instead of using

the wordwent’, that’s pretty easy. And then we havethe thief went away quickly”,

you can replace this too, you can sayhe ran away quickly”, I'm sure instead of walking

slowly, he ran away real fast. So this is how you will replace the verbwentwith

other interesting verbs, just remember you can use the action that you did instead of

the verbwent’. Okay now this iswentand let's talk about the next one which is

the word, ‘honestly’. Now what does honestly mean? It's pretty easy, it's used to add emphasis,

which meanshonestly, I love you”, okay? We say that, don't we? “Honestly, I'm saying

the truth”, but what were you saying earlier? Were you lying? Okay so this means that when

you add honestly, you're kind of repeating yourself, okay? You can use some other words

to say the same thing, let's find out what are our optionsSo let's look at these

sentences and see howhonestlyhas been repeated and this is quite unnecessary, here

we go. Four times we've used the word honestly, now we're going to find four new alternatives

to this word. Sohonestly this shirt suits you”, okay we can sayfrankly”. Now

when you're talking to a friend, you can tell them the truth, what if it doesn't suit them?

You could still sayfrankly, this shirt doesn't suit you”, right? Because you're

talking to your friend, so it's better to use the wordfranklyinstead ofhonestly’.

Okay, “speaking honestly, I love you”, now when you love somebody, you don't do it

with a half-hearted emotion, it's the full hearted emotion, how can you say it? You can

say, “wholeheartedlythat means with all my heart. “Speaking wholeheartedly,

I love you.” Now, “if I'm allowed to speak honestly…” so whenever you want to say

the truth, you need to be one thing, and that isfreeso did you get it, how can you

replace it? “If I'm allowed to speak freely…” Okay so before you start saying your idea,

you can start it with this sentence, “honestly, I don't trust this business ideawell over

here you just saying the truth, you can sayhonestly’, but if you think you're repeating

yourself, you'd rather sayplainly”, which means, “quite simply”, oh there

we have another one, so just look at it, you have endless options to replace these simple

and repetitive English words in our conversations. So that washonestlyand now let's look

at how we can replace the word, “just”. Now this is such a common word and you use

it to fill your gaps, it's a filler word. So whenever you're saying something and you

don't know what to say, sometimes you add the wordjustand it also makes your

sentence weaker, it kind of takes away the meaning. Okay let's look at four sentences

here and we have just here, we have just here and we have just here and here tooWe're

going to cut it out and we're going to find the alternatives. Sohe's just like his

father”, you could say thathe's precisely like his father”, which means a lot or nearly

like his father. Okayhe just escaped the accident”, okay so when you escape an accident,

it's always very narrow, this means that you could have almost got hurt, but you were saved

so what can you say, “he narrowly escaped the accident”, okay? “This computer is

just not working”, let's find out what's the alternative, “simply not working

andthey just shifted to Delhiso instead of saying that you could say, “they've recently

shifted to Delhi”, because you are timing an action, you're saying that when did that

action happen, okay? So you would say, “Theyve recently shifted to Delhi”, which means

just a short time ago. Okay moving on to our next word which is, “that”. Now this world

is so common, we always use it in our sentences and usually, incorrectly. Let me tell you

howSo basically it's not used to refer to people when you're talking about people

you need another word, let's find out which word is thatso over here we have that,

that and that which we need to get rid of, so let's find out… “I have several friends

that live in Mumbai”, no! “I have several friends who live in Mumbai”, yes now this

is a correct sentence. Now you tell me, “I know many people _____ work in a bank”,

we're again talking about people and you read here thatthatis not used to talk about

people, so what can you fill here? Well I hope you got it “I know many people who

work in a bank”. I'm sure you got this one right. And the last one, “I know many trainers

on YouTube who teach English”, well that another correct sentence, so do remember that

don't overuse the wordthatand remember to use it correctly. Okay now that'sthat

and let's find out the next one, so this is the wordnextand we often use it to

talk about what's coming after, okay so to say something that that's coming immediately

or it's coming after. Let's look at some sentences and try to get rid of this word next movie,

next to the hotel, next manager and next videoOkay let's find out what can we say instead,

soI'm waiting for Salman’s next movieno! “I'm waiting for Salman's upcoming movie”,

okay? Soupcomingyou could even sayforthcomingmovie you have that option.

the bank is close to the hotel”, because we're talking about distance so when two things

are near you, could say it's close. “he is the next manager of our teamguess what,

when one person comes after another person in a particular position you can use the word

succeedingwhich means this person is leaving and another person is succeeding him,

which means replacing him. But replacing as you know is not very positive, so it's better

to say succeeding because that's a more positive word. And then you havemy next video…”

well I would love to use the wordfollowing’, “my following video will be more interesting”.

Okay so that's how you can get rid of the wordnextwhich is super common and

we use it a lot in our English. Now we have the wordsmall”, again whenever you want

to talk about size either it's big or it's small but it can actually be something else,

let's find out whatOkay so it's obviously used to talk about something that is not big.

Let's look at a few sample sentencestoo small, small, small and more of smallSo

let's find out how to get rid of them, “this font size is too small, I can't readso

maybe what you need is a lens or maybe what you need is a microscope, let's find out the

right wordyou could saymicroscopic”. So when something is so small that you almost

need a microscope or a lens to read it, you could sayit's microscopic”. “The car

is small we all won't fitso guys whenever you want to talk about space and an area which

is very congested, you could use the wordcompactit's an appropriate word to

talk about space so when an area is crowded or congested you could say it's compact because

it's small and not many people can fit. “It's a small mistake”, you could say thatit's

a negligible mistakewhich means a mistake that can be ignored and that's why it says

please forgive him, it's a negligible mistake”. “There's a small drop…” okay so guys

when there's a change in something which is unnoticeable okay, such asthere's a small

drop in profits this month”, which means it's so small that you almost can't notice

it, so you could use the wordinsignificant”, say it againinsignificant’. Okay, “this

computer is very smallso guys when something is really small, as in an objectyou don't

have to just say small, you could say thatit's toyish”. Toyish means almost like

a toy that it's so small that it looks like a toy, I can't even believe it's real. So

this is how you can get rid of these common words from your daily vocabulary. Did you

see just a few minutes and you were able to learn 35 new words in English. So what do

you think, is it possible for you to learn 100 words in a week? I'd say you can learn

up to thousand words in a month if you take the challenge. So this is my challenge to

you now, please tell me in the comments if what you learned today was productive and

how are you going to take up this challenge and now find out new words for some common

words that you overuse in your conversations every day. Thank you so much for joining me,

I'll see you soon in another lesson, till then keep learning and keep speaking English,