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Unformatted text preview: avorite singer or your favorite team or your favorite book? You’re not alone. Our strongest emotions are the most complicated. As you learned in the previous lesson, there are thousands of words you could use to explain what you’re thinking and feeling, both for yourself and when you want to describe your emotions and beliefs to others. The better able you are to define your emotions, the stronger your word power will be, and the better able you’ll be to communicate with others. 122 build word power in all subject areas TIP: Remember that many words have different grammatical forms, so learning one word may really mean you’ve learned several. Think of the word anger. As a noun, it describes a strong feeling of displeasure. As a verb, it describes the act of making someone else angry. And in its adjective form, angry, it describes the person feeling the extreme displeasure. Here are some useful words to describe extreme feelings. As you read the list, write down any additional words you can think of to describe stro...
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