If you have been studying English for some months and have learnt the basic vocabulary , it's time to expand it. Usually the students quickly memorise new nouns and verbs, because they name the everyday actions or things which we often use .
But why do we have difficulties with adjectives and adverbs? The answer is clear: some of them are very close in their meanings and almost each of them can be replaced with the word good, bad or nice : nice, excellent, superb, superior, superlative, beautiful, fine
bad, terrible, awful, horrible, dreadful, appalling, gruesome
So, why should we learn more? Certainly, people will understand these simple words.
If you want to know language better, you should learn more interesting, informative words. Learning these words every day ,using them in your oral speech, or essay is the right way to get higher score in a test or an interview.
As for me , I try to show you the examples of using synonyms and antonyms in the section Reading for studying English. This is one of the example, or this one . But it'll be better, if you constantly do this work yourself. And , please, don't forget to use them in your everyday conversations.
This exellent video gives us more examples of using adjectives. So, let's see and learn!