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The Sixth Sense in English

All around the world people perceive using the five senses, which he delivers his body. It’s about these five senses (five senses), as vision (sight), ears (hearing), nose (smell), tactile (touch) and taste (taste). But as you can see, our article called, not five, and six human senses in English. Under the sixth sense we mean something supernatural (supernatural), which we often call «intuitionĀ» (intuition).


Why study the six senses in English? To be able to efficiently and competently express their emotions and to convey their feelings. For each of these senses it has a different degree of perception and, therefore, has a whole cycle of thematic vocabulary, which refers to a particular feeling. That is precisely this vocabulary would be nice to add to your store of knowledge. But before proceeding to each of the senses individually, I would like to mention one important feature of the use of these words all the basic five senses in English controlled adjectives but not adverbs, as it may seem initially, if you keep in mind the Russian phrase. For example:

She looks tired. — She looks tired.

The cake smelt delicious. — From the pie was wonderful aroma.

Operating six senses in English

1. Sight Sight

In this section we examine the verbs that can accompany the process of examining something that we carry through our vision. It is a pity that some people blind (blind), there is no such possibility.

  • Glance — look at briefly.
  • Notice — pay attention.
  • Observe — see (observe).
  • Glimpse — a quick look.
  • See — see, look (neutral verb).
  • Peer — to peer, stare.
  • Gaze — gaze, long look.
  • Stare — stare, gawk.
  • Witness — see (witness).
  • Watch — watch, look out.
  • View — to look around, be considered.

As you can see, looking at someone or something can be different, giving the process more or less attention. The knowledge of various synonyms of the word «watch, see» make your speech rich and interesting, because with this vocabulary you will be able to convey all the nuances and subtleties of one of the six senses in English entitled «Vision».

2. Hearing Hearing

If we talk about verbs that accompany the process of perception at the hearing, it is possible to get acquainted with words such as:

  • Listen — listen, listen, listen to.
  • Hear — hear, hear.
  • Audition — listen (in samples).
  • Hark — listen, listen (chasing someone).
  • Auscultate — to listen to (the patient).

Hearing is essential for the perception of any sound or noise. The degree of the reproduced sound can be different. The degree of noise can be classified into a small circuit: noiseless (silent, silent) — silent (quiet, silent) — quiet (silent, not audible) — noisy (noisy, loud) — loud (loud, boisterous, very loud) — deafening (stuns ).

3. Taste Taste

When we talk about the taste, once in the head have thoughts about food or any products. After all, the meaning of this feeling is precisely to determine the flavor characteristics of a particular food. It would therefore be logical to specify tastes that accompany our meal:

  • Sweet (honey) — sweet (honey).
  • Salty (crisps) — salty (chips).
  • Bitter (strong coffee) — Bitter (strong coffee).
  • Sour (vinegar) — sour (vinegar).
  • Spicy (Indian food) — acute (Indian cuisine).

When we want to convey that we seemed to taste the dishes delicious, we use the adjective tasty. But do not confuse the word tasteful, which translates as «tasteful with a good taste, etc.» It we use when talking about the style, behavior, architecture, furniture, etc. When it was not necessary for the soul tasteless (tasteless, tasteless).

4. Touch Touch

Since we are tangible and, therefore, to touch, then, respectively, in this section for another feeling and a sixth sense for the English language, we will study the verbs related to this theme.

  • Touch — touch, touch, touch.
  • Hold — hold, hold.
  • Press — push, push.
  • Finger — touch fingers fumble.
  • Tap — clap, tap.
  • Grab — grab.
  • Handle — hold in their hands, to touch.
  • Strike — miss, hit.
  • Pat — stroking, patting.
  • Grasp — squeeze grasp.
  • Snatch — pull, snatch.
  • Paw — touching, groping, fumbling.

5. Smell Smell

The last of the top five human senses. With this sense we perceive smells that saturate our lives. And that’s really smells can be both pleasant and not.

  • Stinking — stinking, fetid.
  • Fragrant — fragrant, redolent.
  • Evil-smelling — foul-smelling.
  • Smelly — stinking, fetid.
  • Sweet-smelling — sweet, aromatic.
  • Perfumed — fragrant, perfumed.
  • Aromatic — sweet, fragrant.
  • Scented — smelling sweet.

Sixth sense in English we call intuition or some psychic feeling that we use the unknown mechanisms of perception. This area covers all inexplicable and incomprehensible to the human mind. This sixth sense in English, you can write a separate article, considering various phenomena and abilities. So far, we have briefly studied the five basic senses, and now we can convey your feelings in English.

 

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