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English Vocabulary - Vocabulario de inglés
WAYS OF SAYING "VERY GOOD"

 

Excellent
Wonderful
Great!
Good work!
Good show!
Very nice, indeed!
Lovely!
Splendid
Superb
Brilliant
Marvellous (GB) Marvelous (US)
Way to go!
Grade A!
Cracking!
Not bad at all
Super stuff
Pretty good!
Just amazing!
Super attempt
Beautiful work
Lightning!
Mega!
First rate
Nicely done
Nice try
Nice thinking!
Nice. Who's your teacher?
What a performance!
Now, that's perfect!
Ripping stuff!
Get the camera!
Sock it to me!
Make way for it!
Pukka job!
Going well
Progressing well
That's interesting
Prime stuff
Exceptional
Premium!
Bloody good!
Superstar!
Chocks away!
Full toss!
Flashy!
Top hole!
Note it down!
Look at this!
Goal!
Neat!
Cool!
Keen!
Killer!
Unreal!
Let's go!
No sweat!
Keep going!
Solid gold!
That's bright!
Smoothly done!
Very well attempted!
Show off!
No fear!
Oh boy!
Do it again!
I like the idea!
Top of the league!
Love it!
Are you good, or are you good!
Now you've got it!
Yes, you're getting there!
That's coming along, isn't it?
Got the hang of it now, haven't you?
You've done this before, haven't you?
You're really motoring now, aren't you?
Effortless, wasn't it?
Easy, isn't it?
You're getting the picture!
You're the best!
You've scored there!
Has anyone seen this?
You worked that out well!
You're an expert!
You've been doing your homework!
I knew you could do it!
Couldn't have done better myself!
I'm impressed!
I'm over the moon with that!
No complaints there
Moving forward, I see
You'll have it in a minute!
I'm pleased with that
A treat to see!
Go for it!
Get on down!
Maiden over!
Streaks ahead
Optimum stuff
Move over!
Slick stuff!
Test match play!
Clear the decks!
Speed of light!
Diamond work!
Sexy!
Stonking!
Boss!
Solid!
Thrilling stuff
Topper!
Cracker!
Corker!
Gaffer!
Bang on!
That's the bee's knees!

 

We thank Francis Dixon-Clarke (from Sao Paulo, Brazil) for his contribution.

 

That's curious!
Sandwich The word sandwich comes from the English diplomat John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich. He was such a compulsive gambler that he would order this kind of food while he was playing so as not to waste too much time.

Descubre el origen de las palabras en The Story behind the Words

 

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