“Wow, what a performance!”
You're watching a singing competition show on TV with your roommate. Someone sings a song really well. After she finishes you comment.
Wow, what a performance!
What a ___" communicates the idea "That's really ___" or "You're really ___." Here are some examples:
If you have to throw away food that's still good, you can say:
Here's something a woman can say when a man opens a door for her:
If a lot of people show up to your event or party:
What a great turnout!
"Wow!" expresses excitement. You say it when someone tells you something or shows you something. You can use "wow" to express a variety of emotions about the thing you're being told or shown:
- it's interesting and exciting
- you want to encourage the person, especially a child
- you can't think of anything else to say
The word “perform” means to sing, dance, act, play a sport, or do something else that requires skill.
When someone does one of those activities, you can talk about what they did as “a performance”:
I saw an amazing dance performance on Saturday.
A: What did you do after your performance?
B: Nothing, actually, I just went home and went straight to bed.