How would you describe a good discussion?
Here are some adjectives for discussion: quick and expensive, brief follow-on, considerable sartorial, long and sufficiently idiotic, interminable and apparently fruitless, judicious and balanced, slightly lengthy, informal roundtable, animated but fruitless, open and frequent, exciting and crucial, long and …
How can I replace interesting?
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR INTERESTINGarresting.captivating.consuming.engrossing.enthralling.exciting.fascinating.gripping.
How do you say something interesting?
Explore the Wordsintriguing. capable of arousing interest or curiosity. exciting. creating or arousing uncontrolled emotion. fascinating. capturing interest as if by a spell. riveting. capable of arousing and holding the attention. absorbing. capable of arousing and holding the attention. amusing. diverting. engrossing.
What to say instead of I would love to?
i would love to / synonymsi’d gladly. phr.i’d really love to. phr.i would appreciate. phr.i love this idea. phr.my pleasure. phr.without reluctance. phr.sure. int.i’d appreciate it. phr.
Is would like formal?
“Would like” is a polite way to say “I want” in English. For example: “I want to buy a ticket” is impolite because “I want” sounds selfish and arrogant. “I would like to buy a ticket please” is polite and friendly.
What to use instead of I would like to?
i would like / synonymsi desire. phr.i should like. phr. & idi.i want. phr.i wish. phr.i want to. phr.i wish for. phr.i choose. phr.i prefer. phr.
What does I’d love to mean?
1. used for saying that you would like to do what someone has suggested. ‘Come and join the party. ‘ ‘Oh I’d love to! ‘