Added by on March 12, 2013

Living English, a 42-part series produced by Australia Network, looks at the English language used in everyday situations such as checking into a hotel or describing people. This episode is titled, “The most beautiful city.” Click here for details including transcript.

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  • Yaneth 4 years ago

    I like this episode, it teaches the adjectives and comparatives. I learned vocabulary as
    Big – Bigger
    Small – Smaller
    Good – Better
    Long – Longer
    Short – Shorter
    Sharp – Sharper

  • Episode 9 i learn the adjectives and comparatives
    -long longer
    -big bigger

  • Roger 4 years ago

    In this episode, I learnt the adjectives comparative degree.
    I can easier to understand what is the comparative in this episode.
    I’m clearer about it.
    I’d like to say something longer, but I don’t know what I’m going to say.

  • Gavin 4 years ago

    This is a very good English teaching video. I learned some adjectives of the comparative degree.