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remarkable Englisch:

1. remark


His remark hit home.
You shouldn't have made such a remark even if you had been angry.
We're deeply sorry for the inappropriate remark earlier.
She seems to have taken my remark as an insult.
He has a pithy remark for every occasion.
The remark you made at the party about Lisa's weight was totally uncalled for.
The prime minister's remark sparked the opposition movement.
Athena remarked taht she had travelled for nearly five hours
'This is quite delicious,' she remarked to her host.
He remarked that she was ​looking ​thin.
President Donald Trump called out Iran in his remarks to the General Assembly
My second remark concerns the temptation to copy what the national parliaments do.
My second remark would be that this year's report is indeed very balanced.
I cannot let the remark pass by in silence.

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2. unusual or special and therefore surprising and worth mentioning



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Synonyms for the adjective "good"
Synonyms for the adjective "good"

3. very surprising and easy to notice



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4. special or unusual and therefore surprising and worth attention



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5. striking


She's very striking.
But what’s most striking about this simulation of the world is the result it consistently produces.
Gabrielle, a striking 6'1" woman, was tired of enterprising young men asking her how the weather was up there.
The parallel with English becomes even more striking when we realize that Latin continued to be used for many hundreds of years more as the world's first "international language."
Even small drops striking constantly will bore through a granite mountain.
The contrast between the sky and the mountain is striking.
It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking thirteen.
striking sculpture
Her performance was striking.
This is a striking example of how misleading statistics can be. There are some striking differences in the two theories.
Striking: Attractive; impressive: a scene of striking beauty. Noticeable; sensational: a striking amount of detail.
What a handsome boyfriend you have! - I know! His features are really striking, aren't they?
A dark man with striking features walked up to me.
I spotted her striking pink hair in the crowd
One of the most striking examples of her generosity is the amount of money she donates to charities every year.

6. excellent and unusual



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WORDLIST 3 STORIES

7. impressive


Your results are really impressive. Congratulations!
That's impressive.
Unless it's something fairly impressive, I won't remember it.
His speech was very impressive. You should have been there.
You've both been very impressive today. I'm proud of you.
Your curriculum is impressive, when could you start working for us?
It's impressive that he's popular with just a bit part!
Her eyes, a deep blue, were quite impressive.
That was another impressive fall-flat-on-your-face ... Hey, you alright, Sophie? Can you stand?
Two months later the sauce was on the shelves of one of Britain's supermarket chains, and Levi is now running an impressive and profitable company.
We knew he was good but we didn't expect his results to be as impressive as they were.
China has demonstrated impressive economic progress.
The impressive rock formations at Meteora are worth seeing.
The new railway station looks very impressive. It’s much bigger and better than the old one.
Impressive isn't it. A company that's only just been established but it's already got many outlets and is in fashion.

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UNIT 3 - lesson I

8. unexpected and therefore surprising



9. unusually good