Odd, Strange, Bizarre
Odd and Stange mean the same. They are used to refer to something unusual in a way that you cannot understand.
Bizarre refers to something very unusual in a way that you think is amusing or hard to believe.
It seemed odd that he didn’t say goodbye before leaving.
That was an odd thing to say.
His behaviour seems odd to me.
I heard strange noises coming from the basement.
It’s strange that we have never seen each other before.
His behaviour seems strange to me.
That is a bizarre haircut.
She had a bizarre sense of humour.
They were wearing some bizarre costumes for Mardi Gras.
As the world becomes additional world and integrated community, English language plays a vital role in connecting people and their ideas to at least one another. www.engforu.com is created by Maung Maung One. My goal is, the people of Myanmar who need to develop English Language must be supported as much as I can. Its purpose was to help expand learner access to the Basic English. I would like to give our special thanks to BBC, VOA for graciously allowing us to use their news stories as a basis of our learning activities. Their stories, photos and videos have made learning interesting and appropriate for adults.