Comparing and Contrasting - English at Work

Comparing and Contrasting - English at Work

Seven Dimensions
Updated Mar 01, 2019

Learn to compare and contrast people and situations and use what as the subject of the sentence rather than as a question.

Key Learning points

    Listing options; Clarifying differences; Highlighting differences; Highlighting positives; Highlighting negatives; Highlighting contrasts
    'What' as Subject - Clarifying the meaning; Describing actions; Pointing out what's needed; Explaining situations; Stating outcomes.
    See eye to eye; In the same boat; On the same page; Great minds think alike; On the totem pole.
    adapt; fluent; a plus; ambitions; desires; wants; needs.
    The Sound of TH.

This video is part of the English at Work Series, created by Psychologist Eve Ash, linguistics expert Dr Fran Byrnes, features comedienne Erin Brown and Emmy-award winning Kim Estes.

The Cutting Edge English at Work Series promotes communication and language competence by building the desire and motivation to learn and the confidence to try. Confidence in learning and using English leads to successful communication.

There are now 60 graded English Language learning programs. All English programs are built on established language learning principles and methodology. At the same time, great characters in comic situations help students (and teachers) have fun as they learn. They engage learners through amusing situations, entertaining characters, interesting conversations with real language, fun storylines and high quality production with practical activities.