In this episode, you will learn to identify and fix common mistakes we usually make when we use the words anger and reasonable. After you listen to the episode, you can check your understanding with a short quiz.

 

Perfect English Podcast Episode 28 Audio

 

Perfect English Podcast Episode 28 Quiz

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Which sentence is correct?

Correct! Wrong!

When you mean 'fairly/quite', use reasonably (adverb) not reasonable.

Which sentence is correct?

Correct! Wrong!

Reasonable means fair, or acceptable. Rational means produced by means of careful, logical thinking.

Which sentence is correct?

Correct! Wrong!

We say control/keep/lose your temper (NOT anger)

Which sentence is correct?

Correct! Wrong!

Anger is a noun and a verb. Angry is the adjective.

Perfect English Podcast Episode 28 - Common Mistakes: Anger | Reasonable Quiz
Perfect English Podcast Episode 28 - Common Mistakes: Anger | Reasonable Quiz

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