We usually use the adjective 'good' to say that something is well made or of high quality, that we enjoy or like it very much. We can also use adjectives to say that something is extremely good in a very exciting way.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use 10 different adjectives that can replace the word 'good', which can make you sound like a better English speaker.
Let's look at the example sentences below.
NICE (meaning: pleasant, attractive, or enjoyable)
POSITIVE (meaning: good or useful)
BENEFICIAL (meaning: having a good effect)
FINE (meaning: very good or of a very high standard)
FIRST-CLASS (meaning: of very good quality, and much better than other things of the same type)
Note: You can use the adjective first-class to talk about a product or service that is much better than most others.
EXCELLENT (meaning: extremely good or of very high quality)
PERFECT (meaning: so good that it could not be made any better)
AMAZING/INCREDIBLE (meaning: extremely good, in a surprising and exciting way)
BRILLIANT (spoken; informal) (extremely good)
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