It’s always useful to be able to compare things; are they like-with-like, or really quite different? Which one is better and which one do you like best? Keep talking with your friends and colleagues about all sorts of things…
In this Podcast, you will learn:
(1) To compare between similar or different things and products
(2) To describe which thing/item is better or bigger
Chinese words and phrases mentioned in this Podcast:
Grammar note: To express “even more,” you can use
更. 更 which generally comes before adjectives 更 ＋adjective
这个更好：this is better
那个更大: that is bigger
这个更快：this is faster
这个颜色更好看：this colour looks better
我的裙子比较好看：My dress looks better
这个和那个比，哪个好：If you compare this one and that, which one is better?
这个比较大：This is bigger
这个裙子比较好看：The skirts looks better
美国和中国比，哪个更大：Which county is bigger? The U.S.A. or China?
你选哪个：Which one would you choose?
红色和蓝色比，你选哪个：Between red and blue, which one would you choose?
你喜欢哪个：Which one do you like?
黄色和黑色比，你喜欢哪个：Between yellow and black, which one do you like?
红色比蓝色好看：Red looks better than blue
飞机比火车快：Aeroplanes are faster than trains
你比他高：You are taller than him
你比她高：You are taller than her
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