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Looking for words other than ‘nice’?

20th November 2016

Of the thousands of words we have in the English language, ‘nice’ seems to be one of the most popular. Everything is nice. Every song, every restaurant, every person is nice.There is nothing wrong with using the adjective ‘nice’, but if you want to enrich your language level, why not check out our list of synonyms?


Meaning: enjoyable

I spent a nice time with my family last weekend- > I spent a lovely time with my family last weekend.



Meaning: very pleasant

It was nice meeting you. > It was delightful meeting you.



Meaning: funny

The play was nice > The play was amusing.



Meaning: useful, advantageous

I thought the training was nice > I thought the training was beneficial.



Meaning: intelligent, well-informed

The tour guides at the museum were nice > The tour guides at the museum were knowledgeable.



Meaning: valuable, gratifying

Teaching is a nice career > Teaching is a rewarding career.



Meaning: beautifully dramatic, eye-catching

Their dance performance last night was nice > Their dance performance last night was spectacular.


Why not try to incorporate these into your language to impress your teacher during your English lessons at Celtic? There’s no better way to learn than to practise.


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