Adjectives add details, colour and interest to your speech and writing in ways that other classes of words cannot. In this way, adjectives help you to express your ideas, opinions, emotions and feelings extremely well and in an interesting way. And they can help you to make what you say or write very effective in influencing and persuading people.
Now, while you’re speaking or writing in English, do the adjectives you need occur to you readily and easily? Or do they just remain on the tip of your tongue and refuse to come out? Most people (almost everyone, so to speak) have this problem: They feel certain that they know the word they need in a particular verbal context, but they just can’t remember it – or a synonym or near-synonym for it. To most people, this problem is all the more serious when they have an in-depth discussion or write an in-depth report – that too, about a difficult topic.
So this book aims to provide you with a learning-cum-reference tool – a tool that helps you improve your ability to readily recall the adjectives you need (or their synonyms or near-synonyms) while you’re speaking or writing.
more details, read the Preface to the book and sample pages from the Introduction, or read an Extract from the book.