Smart Words of the English Language

Smart Words

Sometimes we feel the urge to express a description, with different — and in most cases more specific — words to speak or write understandable. Whether it is for an interview, for an essay, for a speech, or for the need to have the last word in an argument, a capacious vocabulary is elementary for sounding smart, or more intelligent — perspicacious.
Smart Words is a site intended for all age groups of all regions to stimulate your intellect and to improve your communication skills with advanced vocabulary. It is sorted by categories, like synonyms (or "Words for"), linking and connecting words, smart quotes, and also some smart humor about language.
Try to implement these smart words and phrases into everyday conversation and your diction will become more sophisticated, refined, cultured, and most importantly ... smart!


 

Words are also actions, and actions are a kind of words - Ralph Waldo Emerson

 


 

Some oft he content of this site has moved to the new Tricks & Tips section - especially the more technical stuff. Not only helpful for so called experts!


English Language

English is a fascinating language — today it is the most widely spoken language in the world, with many people learning it as a second language. English is "the" world language - an estimated 70% of all webpages are in English. But English is also complex and unpredictable. Its massive range and wealth of words make it fascinating and surprisingly complex.
Students and teachers alike are on an entertaining journey to discover the peculiarities, lavishness and charm of the English language. Among the many topics which one can discover during studying the English language are the form and meaning of words. This page tries to illuminate at least a part of the hidden and sometimes obvious miracles of the English Language.

Nota bene: The word alphabet comes from the first two letters of the Greek alphabet, which are denoted alpha & beta.

Welcome in 20 Languages

AfrikaansWelkom ArabicAhlan'wa sahla
BosnianDobrodosli Chinese (Cantonese)Foon Ying
CzechVitame Vas Chinese (Mandarin)Huaning
DanishVelkommen DutchWelkom
FrenchBienvenue FrisianWolkom
GermanWillkommen GreekKalos Orisate
HawaiianAloha HebrewShalom
ItalianBenvenuto JapaneseYokoso
KroatischDobro dosao KoreanHwangyong-Hamnida
MalteseMerhba MongolianTavtai Morilogtun
NorwegianVelkommen PortugueseBem-vindo
SpanishBienvenido SwedishHalsningar
TagalogMabuhay TurkishMerhaba

And some remotely related expressions


 

 

A line is a dot that went for a walk ...
[Paul Klee]