每天学个英语知识点 Shocked and staggered 两词区别

Hi, there. I have one question. What’s the difference between “I was shocked” and “I was staggered”?

Nick

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In the programme we explore the differences between the words ‘shocked’ and ‘staggered’.

Although they can mean similar things, there are differences.

For example, look at these two sentences:

I was shocked when I heard that my boss had quit his job.

I was staggered when I heard that my boss had quit his job.

Do you know the difference in meaning?

Listen to the programme to find out.

If you have a question you’d like us to answer, you can write to us or email: questions.chinaelt@bbc.co.uk

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