英会話のコツ: Comparing Toronto to Osaka

Here is some useful language for comparing things in English.  Let's look at some examples comparing Toronto, Canada with Osaka. Try using similar grammar in your next English conversation.

  • Osaka has many more vending machines than Toronto
  • Osaka is a lot hotter in the summer than Toronto
  • Toronto is a lot colder in the winter than Osaka
  • There are many more languages spoken in Toronto - 140 to be exact
  • Toronto is bigger than Osaka
  • The service in Osaka is better than the service in Toronto
  • The price of groceries in Toronto is cheaper than it is in Osaka
  • Toronto isn’t as crowded as Osaka
  • Osaka isn’t as quiet as Toronto
  • Torontonians are as interesting as Osakans
  • There aren’t as many animals in Osaka as there are in Toronto
  • Torontonians eat a lot more sugar than Osakans
  • Osakans eat a lot more rice than Torontonians
  • The transportation system in Osaka is much better than the transportation system in Toronto
  • Torontonians eat more red meat than Osakans
  • Japanese cell phones are cuter than Canadian cell phones
  • Canadian houses are more spacious than Japanese houses
  • There aren’t as many convenience stores in Toronto as there are in Osaka
  • There aren’t as many donut shops in Osaka as there are in Toronto

~ Samantha

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