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231 COMMENTS

you are very brilliant at teaching. Everybody can see that you love what you do. I’m looking forward to watch your next video

markant

So what about ‘careful’, Adam?

bonhob

    “more careful.”

    claudio77

      I beleive ‘more carefully’

      bonhob

        Careful is a adjective. Carefully is a adverb. The difference is that adjective tells about noun, and adverb tells about verb.

        So, if I’m not wrong, It will depends of the idea you are expressing. For instance, you could say that “Women are more CAREFUL than men while they are driving” or you could say that “Women drive more CAREFULLY than men.” . The twice phrases are a little bit different.

        claudio77

          “an adjective” “an adverb”

          claudio77

          I must admit I was wrong there.

          bonhob

          Hi claudio77
          How about using this word “modify”?
          adjective modifies …..
          adverb modifies……

          Gabriel.Na

          Good job explaining Claudio

          Adam

          YESSS!! Thanks, Adam! I’ve been learning here!

          claudio77

        “Carefully” is not an adjective, so, careful => more careful; carefully => more carefully.

        Henk Seed

      Claudio, affirmative! Thanks for sharing.

      englishtime1980

      and always the best teacher is Adam!

      islam ghani

    I ,like Adam because I go to his website

    islam ghani

very useful lesson thanks Adam!!!!

hesham10

I had already known this topic, but I made 90 :( By the way the lesson was good, everybody makes mistakes. Thanks for lessons :)

haticedincer

sound simple but a tricky quiz.I am little bit disappointed with my score;9 out of 10 but all happpy being the second who did the quiz.Very useful in written and spoken.Thanks alot Adam

Waligaa wax baro

and as always you are the best teacher adam

simo147

I did 10/10 \o/ \o/

Thank you Adam!!!

antoniocoelhoneto

Happens , Adams.

adalberto75

Thanks a lot, Adam! :)

dorycam

This lesson seems easier than really it is, when we are in a real speak situation.

Thanks, Adam.

(I got 100.)

claudio77

    Yes, I agree with you!

    Janilza

The adjective far, if I remember correctly, has two forms far, farther or far – further. Am I right? I’m not sure when to use each. I would say fartzher is for distance in place, further for place and time. Please correct me if I am mistaken.
Otherwise, very useful lesson. Thanx

danip

      thank you claudio. It is useful for me too.

      kjuo

      thanx Claudio. I have watched it and I was right. Thanx again

      danip

    Hi Danip,

    Farther is used to speak about distance, yes. Further can also be used the same way, but more often than not it is used to mean ‘more’, for example:
    The experiment led to some interesting discoveries, but further research will be needed to reach a solid conclusion.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

Fun is one syllable,it should be funnier so why we use(more fun).is this an exceptional?

cuongchung1

    ‘funnier’ is the comparative form of ‘funny’. ‘fun’ is an other word but the example is still curious because as I know, that word is a noun, not an adjective, so it can’t be comarative.

    bencebacsi

      Hi Bencebacsi,

      Actually, fun can be noun or adjective:

      That was a fun party.
      This game is fun.

      So fun can be a comparative adjective:

      Hope this helps.

      S

      Adam

        Thanks Adam, it is more fun watching the video lesson and reading the comments. :-)

        englishtime1980

    Hi Cuong ta,

    Remember that fun and funny are two different words. fun-more fun; funny-funnier.

    And yes, more fun is an exception because of the mix-up with funnier.

    Adam

hi teacher adam
can you please make a lesson about
Cleanup vs. clean up
and
clean up vs clean
thank you in advance

nino31

    Hi Nino,

    This might be a little to specific for a lesson, but how’s this:

    cleanup- the process of cleaning after something is done, such as a party– the party was great, but the cleanup will take a long time.

    clean up- to clean completely. We have to clean up the house before my parents get home.

    clean- you can clean a window (remove dirt, stains, etc) but to clean up means to get rid of the mess and the dirt, etc.

    clean your room– with a cloth and some spray.
    clean up your room– put clothes in the closet, books on the shelf, toys off the floor, etc.

    Does this help?

    Adam

      english is crazy language hhh
      thanks dear adam
      ;)

      nino31

What is it ok- older or elder for talking about the comparative form of “old” ?

jccorisoncco

    old elder is used when we talk about age(my elder sister, elder people..)
    old older is more common and can be used for people and things(old book, i am older than you..

    danip

    Hi Jccorisoncco,

    Older and elder are both OK. Elder is a little old fashioned and can also be used as a noun (The village elders make the decisions). Elder can only be used for people, while older can be used for other things as well.

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

      Thanks a lot !!!!! by the way, could you show a lesson about future perfect and future perfect continuous ?

      jccorisoncco

        And other lessons about idioms, pleaseeeeeee

        jccorisoncco

Hello Adam, all your lessons are understandable! You as an other teachers explaining the meanings of the words well! If you don’t object I would like to show you some site, BUSUU — please Adam check it out! thank you brother for the excellent job!

Abdel Said

Nice to meet you, Adam. I seldom to use “sad” comparative form. So I mistook. But it is good study for me. Thank you ;)

Happy04

    hello happy,I think

    muzzamil

Thank you very much for your lessons, teacher Adam! Each lesson is so useful for me. I hope, I will be able to speak in English better.

KaterinaKaty

i got 9 out of 10~
hahaha i am more fun than this lesson watch before.
Thank you Adam~

Jinhun

Good explanation! Thanks Adam!!

fabianaoliveiras

Thank you dear sir Adam for your all fantastic lessons.they are very useful. would you please answer my one question. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!
MY QUESTION IS BLEW-:
HOW DO we use ‘How do you do’ AND CAN’T I USE IT WITH MY BROTHERS, FRIENDS AND FAMILY?
IS IT ONLY USED WHEN WE INTRODUCE SOMEONE OR IT CAN BE USED WITH THE SAME PERSON OVER AND OVER AGAIN?
AND WHAT DOES IT MEAN? waiting for for your ans.

THANKING YOU!

sona123

    Hi Sonu,

    ‘How do you do?’ is a little too formal and probably shouldn’t be used with family and friends. Also it is only used at a first meeting, for example in a business situation. That being said, it’s a little bit old fashioned. Better simple say ‘Nice to meet you.”

    Hope that helps.

    Adam

Thank you very much. That is very helpful. Could you please have some grammar specially for GMAT? Thank you!

guo43

    Hi Guo,

    Can you be a little more specific? GMAT has a lot of grammar points to study for.

    Adam

Thanks a lot Adam ! 10/10. Danip, you use farther if you talk about distance. Further is a comparative but about level or degree for something. But eventually i think we can use wathever you want !

oscargutierrez502

    thnx

    danip

many thanks Adim

khalidse10

Thanks sir for such a nice lesson.
Could you please give us a lesson about causative verbs and their passive forms please?
Thanks!

Rohit Reliable

Great lesson! Thanks Adam!!!

aduinterpreter

Thanks I am learning for your suports

ANIL KUMAR M

hello Adam how are you , so i haven’t coming here for a little days i’m fine . more better and happier when i saw you again my english still gone down but when i come back here it’s a little bit fly out that’s good have luck teacher and all students here bye ……….

samirpro

    Keep at it Samirpro :)

    Adam

thanks adam.it is v.useful for me.but i can’t watch.ur video

paingpaing

    Hi! Can you see any other videos on Youtube, or is it just this one that won’t play?

    engVid Moderator

Big Thanks Adam for this lesson! Can you explain differ between two words “respond” and “answer”. It seems that is the same meaning.

eurokolchoznik

    Hi Eurokolchoznik,

    You answer a question, you respond to a request, a command, an invitation, or other actions.
    Does this help?

    Adam

      Thank You Adam. Now I understand. Language is like river. You never don’t know where you drift. (It is my idea, my text. Probably don’t grammatical correctly text. But my :) )

      eurokolchoznik

I got 100 this time little bit of improvement in my english. I hope I’ll be able to improve my english soon by doing everyday practice .I’m very excited about Adam video,hope to get more engvid videos in near future

rajpal90

so sorry ,mistakenly I’ve written 100 but Got 70

rajpal90

Hello sir, Great and easy lesson.Teachers like engVid teachers are less in the whole world.Thanks for teaching us.Good luck with your teaching

oshada

“Sadder” sounds weird. I used “More sad”, though.

kenzoll

    I’ll take it– remember, it’s more about being understood than being perfect.

    Adam

A little bit confuse. Y is a consonant, however we say Happyer. Is the “Y” an exeption?

europeangel

    “Y” sometimes acts like a vowel!

    engVid Moderator

    Maybe I was a little confusing in this lesson. We say happier (drop the y and replace with i)

    Adam

Wow very nice I got 100%. Thanks a lot my teacher, mister Adam for you nice explanation of the comparison rules.

Ali

Hello,Adam
could you please tell me what is the diffrence between a statement and a sentence?
thanks in advance.

123456mehdi

    Hi Mehdi,

    Anything can be a sentence as long as it has at least a subject and a verb and can stand as a complete idea. A statement is an expression of something concrete, like an opinion or observation.

    Does this help?

    Adam

hello.Adam
i was wander if you could tell me how many kinds of translatons do we have? please name them ,if possible. i have already heared about three kinds of them consist of consecutive-facility and interpreter and simultaneous translation. do we have other kinds of it or not? thanks indeed
this is mehdi from Iran interested on your lessons .i am impatiently waitting for your reply.

123456mehdi

    Not really my field, Mehdi. Sorry, but you’ll have to do some research on that.

    Adam

more common is more common than commoner?

masaaki

    Indeed it is :)

    Adam

Thanks for teaching me….i appriciate this video

of2544311

Thanks, Adam! I was not sure how to use comparision with 2-syl words till this lesson. 100/100 is my result now.

Henk Seed

Were you shy today?
Well, thanks for the lesson.

monica07

    I also noticed that…He seems to be shy! :) But still a wonderful teacher.

    Janilza

      Thank you :)

      Adam

    I have my moments :)

    Adam

      You are an ANGEL, Adam! Thanks a lot for your great work, dear teacher! All the best to you!!! :)

      Janilza

Hello, Adam!
Thanks a lot for your lessons
Could you make the lesson about direct and indirect questions? It’s a bit confusing for me)
Best regards

Tanusha888

    Hi Tanush,
    I’ll try to get to that as soon as I can.

    Adam

thanks you Adam :)continue working in that way…. excellent job, I could unterstand perfectly

cris123

Adam please explain me the meaning of the word of – event- if you speaking about the Olympic games)! I don’t understand it at all!

Abdel Said

    Hi Abdel Said,

    Not sure what you mean exactly, but if it’s the word “event” it means the activity. So, at the Olympics, there are many sports,such as skiing, with events such as downhill, cross-country, jumping, and so on. the event is the thing you watch on TV.

    Does this help?

    Adam

What about pleasant ,eventhough it includes 2 syllables you put more with it.can you explaine please??

medirock

    Hi Medirock,

    Two-syllable words that end in y–_______ier.

    Two-syllable words that end in other consonants–more_______.
    Thirsty–thirstier
    solid–more solid.

    Does this help?

    Adam

nice

qasim2000

Oh, I got 10! Very nice! Thanks Adam…

Janilza

What happened to the camera? The graphic color has been changed not like before…

ゞ(≧▽≦*)o

Thanks Adam. Nice lesson.

jonasmachius

I learned a lot. Thanks

Alizada

thank you so much

mamer

Thanks , very useful lesson Adam

Mr.Maxer

Yippie, 9/10. There are a lot of exceptional word that we should remember.

anggarifandi

So clear many thanks

frya2926517

Graet site, thank you!

Romark

I liked it a lot my friend so if you continue explaining that clearly i will be your student for very long

jbdesaogo

Hi Adam. Just a very intelligent question: how the comparatives do work with the stammerers?

patple13

    :)I’ll have to look that up

    Adam

As far as I’m concerned this lesson is better than much others in the net… I scored 80% but i will studying to have less mistakes.

Thanks a lot teacher Adam.

Joravi13

Thank you I have one misstake / mistake :)

Artur12345678901

I don’t know abjectives and adverbs csn you post on youtube to teach us how to do a adjectives and adverbs

T0114920I

    Hi T011…,

    Adjectives describe nouns.
    Adverbs describes verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs.

    Do a search at the top of this page for some lessons we have on this.

    Adam

GOT 10 POINTS :) THX ADAM !!!!

Rexielou

adam you are very nice

kokokawtar1998

thank you Adam, it was short and sweet, just a question:

“clever” is a 2-syllable that end with “R” so we should use “more clever”, so why have you put it in exceptions???!!

by the way, you made me laugh too Adam, what was wrong in this video? :D :D

thanks again.

Dado

    Hi Dado,

    That’s a very good point. I don’t know, I guess it’s because so many people (native speakers included) try to say cleverer.

    Anyway, these aren’t fixed rules, they just apply most of the time so can be taken as solid guidelines. :)

    Glad to make you smile at least. :)

    Adam

i got 100

sofianegs

Adam, cool vid. xD

I’m listening to a song titled “Cats In The Cradle” and there is one thing that I don’t understand. Here’s some verses:

I’ve long since retired, my son’s moved away.
I called him up just the other day.
“I’d like to see you, if you dont mind.”
He said, “I’d love to, Dad, if I could find the time.
You see my new job’s a hassle and the kids have the flu,
But it’s sure nice talkin’ to you, Dad.
It’s been sure nice talkin’ to you.”

What do “sure” mean in the last two verses?

morfik

    Hey Morfik, long time no see ;)

    It basically means ‘definitely’ or ‘really’. A bit colloquial.

    Good song (by the way).

    Adam

Just my 2 cents:
2-syllable adjectives having the negative form can take both forms of grading, even though they consist of 3 syllables:

healthy – negative: unhealthy
unhealthy, unhealthier, unhealthiest
OR:
unhealthy, more unhealthy, the most unhealthy

Check also how the adjective “common” is graded in different dictionaries :) Don’t mix up the pronunciation of “commonest” with “communist”, though :-)

David

    I’d pay a buck for that :)

    Thanks

    Adam

i liked veru much !! Thanks Adam

karinarosemara

Nice Lesson , I find something new

Peter Nabil

Thank you!!!

Huyen.Ngoc

Thank you :-)

Gaysorn

Thank you!

marivita

Just very good!

erick wenda

Got 10 wohooooooo, you’re truly an amazing teacher and handsome too lol, thank you so much <3

Rey

Ya hoo… I got 100 xD

Channbot

I got 100 percent,thanks Adam.

Andytho401

Wonderful lesson. Thanks :)

pececabir

Thanks!!!!!!!!!11

mazinho007

Thank you so much for your teaching

fipierro

Thank you so much professor :)

essa5566

thanks Adam!it was v.useful for me.

ghasa

thanks my teacher on this lecture ,i am gather basic information about the adjectives and compare this adj to gather.
thanks a lot for U.

munawi

Great Job Thanks ^^

igenius1st

very useful vid. i got 9

kiisho

Thank you Adam, simple and clear…

clalonu

Nice lesson, I got 10 out of 10.
Thanks so much, Adam.

hengly

Thank you :)

Adam

That’s really amazing. I was thinking that there is no basic grammer to use syllables into the sentences. While i was watching the lesson i have seen a comment that asks about careful… how should we use it? carefuler or more careful ….. Good lesson..Thanx Adam

abuwesal99

very simple thank you adam
you are great

ababou

hello again.
Reading comments I came across two nouns: sentence and clause(relative clauses). What is the difference between these two words. I know it’s off topic, but I really would like to know. Thanx

danip

Hi Adam,
Have you made any video lecture regarding AWA and reading comprehension which relates with gre?

arpithparikh

Hello Adam,
Thanks so much for your lesson, But I got one question. I really didn’t understand about the word”Pleasant”.This word has only 2 syl why did I put “er” wrong in the quiz?
But anyway I got 9 out of 10. thanks so much
Henglay

henglay

thank youuuu a lotttt شكرا =)

ashliy

thanks a lot Mr
Mr please coud you tell me the different between like & love
can & could

Gehad khaled

I got only 80. That’s interesting. Thank you Mr.Adam:)

tonymontana1995

Thank you very much.

Ahmed Alqaisi

Thanks a lot! . I am really learning with your lessons.

jaelcoaracy

Great Lesson Thank you Adam :D But I Wanna know a Good Friend to practice with him a little bit :)

mustafazezo

Hello I did the test…..I chose pleasenter, I have a question, I can put much more pleasant…I can say much more……thank you…..

leo29

Hi, Adam. You are very nice teacher.This is not your first lesson that I look at it and every time I get the pleasure I will recommend to all my friends to learn English through your website.

Fainalita

Thanks very much.

raaid

Teacher Adam, great lesson! I had more fun learning the english usage than watching my t.v. shows. :-) I love reading the comments from other students as well as the teachers. Fun – more fun; fun – funnier. Again, great lesson.

englishtime1980

I usually watch the lesson video first before the taking the quiz. But today, I took the quiz before watching the lesson. I was surprised when I got a 100% on the quiz. Thank you Adam for teaching us on better understading of the english language/grammar.

englishtime1980

typo error — correction I got 100% not a 100%.

englishtime1980

I got 9 out 10. First time i saw the word sadder. living and learning.

Christvf

70% before watching this video and 60% after …

Abdul Qayum

Excellent! I got 100. Thanks a million Adam for one more interesting lesson shared with us. It’s remarkable as every single day I learn something new, or improve my knowledge about what I already knew, just taking classes here on engVid!

isaacAlsaid

Thanks for your effort Mr Adam I would like to ask about sad ,how could it be “sadder” as it was written in the quiz??

maroonew2006

oh and what about fair is it fairer or more fair ?

maroonew2006

HI thank you adam. you are good teacher

DonAleX

thank u Mr adame that really great :)

AirHotess

I’ve got 10 out of 10!
I solved these questions before I watched the lesson.
Thanks Adam.

Matilda03

    I’m interested in Korean culture

    Mohamed Sedky

thank you teacher ADAM, can you teach me more about writing please:)

Hanane89

Ilove Adam. I have 100 score . Thank s engvid’s teachsr. I love all of teachers

nuray44

nice mr. adam !

rarachan

I got 8\10
I was wondering about question No. 7 why its pleasanter ? explain 4 me plz !!
and about question No. 9 how can I know if is or isn’t emphasize ?! give me an example . thx a lot Adam you r the best . keep on

Jasmine1601

I got 8\10
I was wondering about question no. 7 why it’s pleasanter not more pleasant ?! explain 4 me plz .!
also question no. 9 how can I know if is or isn’t emphasize ?! .
thx Adam you r the best . keep on

Jasmine1601

Hi, Adam ! Thank you for your every video. It is very helpful. I like also every quiz. Some are difficult, but in this test I got finally 100 . I am very happy, that my English is better. Thanks a lot.

Adrika

Hi, Adam! thank you for all the video wich you made

elouaridi

Thank you Adam, it’s really awesome the way you are explaining.

doudi

I got 10/10 many thanks Adam

Sadia

Hi Adam,thanks a lot.
It’s a great and very useful lesson
take care

cep62

Thank you Adam.

Koosha

I love to see your videos Adam, I’m a brasilian english teacher and I can understand your native sound perfectly! I think you’re american or canadian, aren’t you?

LorenaTeles

Thank you,Adam. But what about-easy?

Yana79

i got 10/10 i am so happy u really helped me <3 pleaaaaaaaaaaaaaaase i need ur help can u make a video that u explain for us the différent tenses pleeeease

kaou

I got 100..thank you Adam.. :)

Neng Fitria Khairannisa

I have 80 !!! Wiiii!!! thanks Adam ! Saludos desde argentina !!!

guadalupe

Thanks adam .. easy and nice lesson

aboood1994

Adam you are very good teacher

ghufran najm

Hi Adam. I know that CLEVER is considered a short adjective as it has two syllable so we should say CLEVERER not MORE CLEVER.
What’s your remark?
Thanks a lot.

Ismael Ibraheem

    You’re right! “Cleverer” just sounds weird because of the double “-er”‘s.

    engVid Moderator

why we say “more pleasant” ? it has 2 syllable.

deeptishree

Adam, perfect lesson,as usual.
I wonder if I would be a bore if I asked you for
a lesson on separating syllables.

I always have problems with that particular
subject.

Huge hug.

Sonia1234

By the way, once I was having tea, a very British
5:00 o’clock tea in a Tea House in London.
And there were two ladies having tea and they were sitting at a table quite close to mine,and
I overheard one of them saying: ” Well, I think
he’s THE HANDSOMEST man in the world.”

Wow,can we say use that superlative form?

I’m like a sponge and when I hear things like
that I go: ” wow, what’s she saying? She seems
to have a good education. How come she’s saying
that?” Of course, it happened years ago, but so
far no-one has explained that to me.

Can I say that?

Sonia1234

Thank you

Ravinath

Thank you ,it was nice lesson . I understand everything . I get in the quiz 9 because the question about sadder and more Sade I write more Sad because I fell it was the correct one .

maria alwadi

    I feel it’s little bit confusing maria

    Mohamed Sedky

thank you teacher adam

musabali

Hi, Adam. I’m from Brazil, and I’ve been teaching English for ESL for some time now. I’ve already seen a lot of explanations on comparatives, but not the way and explain them. That was the best explanation on this subject I’ve seen until now. You’re clear, and pleasant as well.

Oliver44

…and I’ve been teaching ESL for some time now.

Oliver44

Thank you

fayzabodn@gmail.com

What about ‘major’? is it the same case of ‘clever? should it be ‘majorer’ and it’s said ‘more major’, though?

fabiorzb

Hi Adam,
I really really thank you for your efforts to help others to learn more. God bless you.
But I think there were 2 or more mistakes in this lessen.
1.”GENTLE” has two syllables, so it becomes “more gentle”, ending “e”, or any other letters except “y”.
2.”CLEVER” has also two syllables, and it’s not ending “y” , so it always becomes “more clever” not “cleverer”.
3.”QUIET” has two syllables and it’s not ending “y”, so technically it must become “more quiet” but mostly native speakers say “quieter”.
Right ?

blackmak

Hello Adam. Congratulations for your lessons; they are really great. I have a question: What about the word “comfortable”? Should I say “more comfortable”? Thank you.

Wadith05

Far becames ‘far far’.. Like in Star Wars.. Far far away.. :-)

kantynho

I was knocked down by prettier and sadder.

kantynho

Yeah! Got a perfect score again… now i know how to use those words…. thanks for this lesson adam… have a nice day…

Ryan18

thank you Adam.

Jean-Michel.M

Is it “truer” or “more true than”..?

Yasin

need the explanation of answer no. 6

srijon

A useful lesson

Mohamed Sedky

how about common? can it be both ‘more common’ and commoner? T.T

Littletisya

How useful ! Thanks .

Soei

Thanks, Adam. I like your lessons

Podkozi

Hi Adam.Thanks for the explanation.I have a problem with the word ‘handsome’.It ends in a vowel like gentle and simple and has two syllables,but we say ‘more handsome’ rather than ‘handsomer’,and you said we should use ‘er’ as in ‘simpler’ and ‘gentler’.How come?

Sadra P

What about ‘polite’ ? It has the same conditions as ‘gentle’ and ‘simple’,but they say ‘more polite’.Why ??

Sadra P

And one more thing.I have heard some people say that the superlative form of for- example ‘big’ is ‘THE biggest’ and some say ‘biggest’.My question is that do we say the superlative form with ‘the’ or without it.Thanks in advance

Sadra P

I got 9. I am happier than before and I need more to learn English.

Rezajohn

10/10 thanks Adam :)

Jaqop

thanks Adam. You are a great teacher

Dolcececilia

Clever – cleverer.
Stupid – more stupid.
It drives me crazy!!!

Egghead

i got a 100 …. yaaaaay i’m soo happy ,, Thank you for the lesson and the quiz too it’s so much helpfull than i thought….

Maha-m-ab

hi. sometimes we use “far”, “much” or “a lot” before the comparative adj. what’s the difference between these words? Is one of them stronger than other?!

vahid1990

Finally got 10/10 :)

Abdo7CR

Thank you Adam. Finally I got a perfect score from this lesson. I wish I could have more lesson to learn from you.

hizel

Why do we use the comparative adj in this sentence?

Japan is cleaner than other countries.

Japan is being compared to many countries so why is this sentence correct? Thank you!

kristineclaireluna

Pretty Vs Heavy? Please?

Vongvilya

Thanks!

shihai182

Thank you very much Mr. Adam.

Alex-1956

Waha .. I got 100

lukmanss70

Hi Adam, I would be curious to hear your comments about the following:

1. If the comparison reference is, for example: “than she is” – can we shorten it down to “than she” or “than her”?

2. When you are about to compare two things/people/subjects/entities, and you are making a question lead, as in: “Which is best: A or B?” – do you use ‘best’ or ‘better’ in such case? In my native language ‘better’ would be used for comparing 2, but ‘best’ for 3 or more. This sounded weird at first and I even got into an argument with a teacher, but then I started to observe that indeed in some other languages ‘best’ is also used to compare 2 subjects. Which is correct in English?

nutondev

Why can’t I access video lessons?

Amelia li

    Our videos are on YouTube, which may be blocked where you live. Some of our videos are also available on Bilibili.

    engVid Moderator

Hi there, would you explain to me when do we use easier, and when more easy? As I know the correct one is easier, but recently I’ve read <>

Angelina7

thanks, adam

hanizz

A million thanks for your outstanding lesson!It’s so useful,very clear and more informative.I love your lesson as always.This lesson is more clear than other lesson.

Prasunan
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