search, files, filing @ Pixabay

“Are you sure about that?” my boss asked me.

I was in the middle of a presentation to her, and she had just called me out on using an adjective where she thought it didn’t belong.

The word “awesome” just slipped out of my mouth before I could stop myself.

It turns out that there are lots of words we use without really thinking about them too much–adjectives like awesome or amazing.

For example–and not all adjectives are created equal.

So, what is the difference between these two sorts of adjectives?

And which one should you be using in your next piece?

Opening paragraph: When writing content on any platform, one important thing to keep in mind is how to use adjectives.

Adjectives are words that describe a noun, and they can be used to paint an image in your readers’ minds about the subject of what you’re writing.

Just like all other kinds of words, there is more than one way to use adjectives.

And not every adjective works well for everything.

key, access, password @ Pixabay

You want to make sure that the adjective you choose will match with what it describes and contributes positively to your work or message without detracting from its meaning.

Closing paragraph: One final note before I go–I hope this has helped clear up any confusion around which kind of adverbs should be used when!

If anything’s still confusing feel free as always reach out via email .

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here