We usually use the adjective 'expensive' to say that something costs a lot of money. We can also use other adjectives with the same meaning.
In this lesson, you will learn how to use 6 different adjectives that can replace the word 'expensive', which can make you sound like a better English speaker.
Let's look at the example sentences below.
HIGH (meaning: too expensive and not worth the price)
We use 'high' to talk about a rent, fee, price, tax, etc.
Note: We can also use high to talk wage, salary, pay, income.
PRICEY (informal) (meaning: expensive)
We use 'pricey' when something costs more than we want to pay for it.
OVERPRICED (meaning: too expensive and not worth the price)
Something that is overpriced is more expensive than it should be.
COSTLY (meaning: costing a lot of money)
When you say that something is costly, you mean that the price is more than you want to pay.
EXORBITANT (meaning: much too expensive; much more than is reasonable)
We use 'exorbitant' to talk about an amount of money that is much higher than it should be.
ASTRONOMICAL (meaning: extremely high)
We use 'astronomical' to talk about prices, costs, rates, and fees that are extremely high.
English Lesson: 5 Types of Lifestyle
10 Ways to Say that Something is Bad
10 Ways to Say that Something is Good
English Lesson: Collocations for Leisure
English Lesson: Collocations for Rural Life
English Lesson: Collocations for Urban Life
English Lesson: Collocations for Saving Money
Please LIKE and SHARE with friends!
DO YOU WANT TO PRACTISE SPEAKING ENGLISH IN A GROUP?
Practise speaking English with other learners of English for 7 days.
Record a voice message of up to 10 minutes and share it with others for feedback.
Interaction is encouraged, so you can learn from others.
COME AND JOIN US!
(Photo Credit: Artiom Vallat; Santorini, Greece)
In this lesson, we are going to focus on six types of holiday and the activities you can do when you choose each one of them.
You are going to learn how to describe the type of holiday you like.
This knowledge is especially important when you want to talk about your holiday and what you did.
There are different types of holidays. A lot of people choose a tourist destination first instead of thinking about the type of trip they are actually looking for.
A BEACH HOLIDAY (A SEASIDE HOLIDAY)
A CITY BREAK
A city beak is a short holiday or weekend break spent in a city.
* When you go on a city break, you can try a hop-on hop-off tour to do some sightseeing.
A SKIING HOLIDAY
AN ACTIVITY (AN ADVENTURE HOLIDAY)
Some people may want to go on an activity or adventure holiday.
A CAMPING HOLIDAY
Camping can be lots of fun. It's the perfect type of holiday for those who enjoy sleeping outdoors and getting away from the daily routine.
Story Time: Travelling in Spain
Story Time: Travelling in France
Travel Tips: How to Ask for Information and Make Recommendations
English conversation lessons:
English Conversation: Travel opinions
English Conversation: Travel experience
English Conversation: Travelling in Europe and Asia
IELTS Speaking Part 2:
IELTS Speaking Part 2: Describe your perfect holiday
IELTS Speaking Part 2: Describe an area of your country that is well known for its natural beauty
Please LIKE and SHARE with friends!
~ SPECIAL BACK-TO-SCHOOL OFFER ~
Your English Success Today is happy to share some free lessons with you. We want to help you improve your English language skills through this blog. Please feel free to leave a comment and share this blog with your friends and colleagues who are also learning English. We hope you enjoy our lessons.
You must not modify, adapt, copy, store, transfer or circulate the contents of this website under any other branding or as part of any other product. You may not print out material for any commercial purpose or resale.
Copyright © Your English Success Today
Thanks for visiting the blog! :)
Support the Facebook page!
Our Contact Info:
You can contact us on Facebook, Instagram, Skype or via email.