Words I use too much:
Very, really, just, like, and almost.
Something I’m bad at right now:
Describing what people’s body movements look like as they talk to each other. Can he shake his head again?
Can she bite her lip a third time?
Can I rub my fingers together again?
Can I write in one more blink?
Adverbial phrases that use the word “with” are killing me:
“I ran with haste.”
“She dodged with grace.”
“The dog growled with frustration.”
Because I also don’t know how to use colors like I should:
“The green black mold crawled to a blue color at the top of the wall.”