06 Inspiring Adjective you should use in your Daily Eng...

source: Learn English with Let's Talk     2017年4月19日
English Lesson - 06 Inspiring Adjective you should use in your Daily English Speaking.

Moving: A word used to describe any event, character, or place that stirs emotions in a positive manner. There are certain movies, speeches or events that persuade us to think differently.
Example - The guest speaker presented a moving speech on the topic of Global warming which stirred the minds of the audience.

Stirring: This adjective is mainly used for people who inspire you. This adjective has a quality that moves others into action. This word may also describe a film, speech, or song.
Example - The latest movie on drug abuse had a stirring effect on all the teenagers.

Encouraging – We are always encouraged by the people around us. This adjective could be used to describe something that triggers you in a positive way.
Example – My father’s speech was so encouraging that it triggered the positive energy in me.

Rousing: This adjective is used for people, events or places that are appreciable.
Example – Visiting Spain is rousing, it evokes my creative mind.

Enthusing: This adjective could be used by people who are intelligent or knowledgeable and their talks really inspire you in a positive manner.
Example – Whenever I attend a meeting with my boss, the experience is enthusing, there’s so much to learn from him always.

Admirable: This adjective is ideal for someone whom you admire and respect a lot.
Example – John’s achievements at such a young age is truly admirable.