To speak about special things in communication, you need the appropriate vocabulary.
Predictable - something that is happening in a way or at a time that you know about before it happens;
Silence - a period without any sound; complete quiet;
Gesture - a movement of the hands, arms, or head, etc. to express an idea or feeling;
Fluent - speaking very easy and without many pauses;
Repetition - involving doing or saying the same thing several times, especially in a way that is boring;
Temporize - to delay making a decision or stating your opinion in order to get an advantage;
Enable - to make someone able to do something, or to make something possible;
Determiner - in grammar, a word that is used before a noun to show which particular example of the noun you are referring to;
Intensifier - a word, especially an adverb or adjective, that has little meaning itself but is used to add force to another adjective, verb, or adverb;
Initial - of or at the beginning;
Apparent - able to be seen or understood.
The silence was broken only by the whisper of the leaves in the gentle breeze.
I'm looking for a job which will enable me to develop my skills.
When I say 'your diary' or 'this example', the determiners before each noun show which one I mean in particular.
In the phrases "an extremely large man" and "I strongly object", "extremely" and "strongly" are both intensifiers.
My initial surprise was soon replaced by delight.