Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Have you seen anything beautiful today? Well now you have. Just kidding. I'm sorry. I had to because...today we're going to talk about 12 Beautiful Words. Welcome to our global classroom. Today we're learning 12 Beautiful Words. And before we go into the words, I would like to invite you to join our social media classes for more practice. We're active on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Snapchat. So today I'm going to give you 12 Beautiful Words that are synonyms for the word "Beautiful." I have some words that are better for you than just to say "Beautiful." These are very helpful when you're trying to express different nuances when you mean to express that something looks special or incredible. So by the end of this lesson, you'll be able to express yourself better and have a wider vocabulary. And kind of from now on use them instead of the word "beautiful." So the first word I have for your today is the word Alluring. And alluring is something that's mysteriously attractive or that's fascinating. So, when I say that something is alluring I'm kind of drawn to it. So kind of attracted and I want to kind of get to it. That's an alluring dessert. The second word I have for you today is Exquisite. And exquisite is something that is very special. Of special beauty and rare. So when you want to say that something is very rare or very, very, very special. We say that it is exquisite. The architecture in the Temple de Sagrada Familia in Barcelona is exquisite. Number 3 - Lovely Lovely means very pleasant or enjoyable. Lovely is kind of a soft word. So when you want to express something that's not like extremely beautiful, but still really, really nice... We say lovely. We had a lovely picnic at the park. Number 4 - Stunning Now stunning is very different than lovely. Where lovely was a little soft, stunning is strong. It means very impressive or attractive. So if somebody is stunning or if something is stunning, it means that it kind of shocks you with it's beauty. Her wedding dress was stunning. Number 5 - Magnificent Magnificent means impressively beautiful or extravagant. This is a word I really like because many times it's used to describe nature. Of course you can use magnificent with people as well. So, it really means extremely impressive. For example, you can say... The view from the top of the mountain was magnificent. Number 6 is Splendid. And splendid really is just a synonym for magnificent. So it can be used interchangeably. But it's really mostly used for nature or objects rather than people. I picked up a splendid flower bouquet for our apartment. Number 7 - Appealing Appealing is attractive or interesting. I would say appealing is many times used to describe food. We really definitely use, "Oh this looks appealing" or "This doesn't look appealing to me." So you will definitely hear it in that context. The strawberries looked very appealing, so I got two boxes. Number 8 is Attractive. And attractive means very pleasing to the eye. You can use attractive to describe both men and women. It can be used for objects as well. But it's mainly used to say that someone's good looking. My husband is a very attractive man. Number 9 is Charming. And charming means pleasant or attractive with a great personality. It can be used to describe both objects and people. We spent Christmas Eve in a charming little cottage by the water. Number 10 is Superb. And superb means excellent and splendid. It's really just very, very beautiful. The little girl had a superb singing voice. Number 11 - Gorgeous Gorgeous means beautiful and very attractive. And it's...I would say it's mostly used for women. But it can also be used for nature and objects. We stopped to look at the gorgeous sunset. Number 12 - and I really like this one - is Ravishing. Ravishing means delightful, entrancing. I would almost say disarming. It's such a beautiful word. I love it. Her ravishing smile lit up the room. So how did you like the 12 beautiful words? Aren't they beautiful? So here's what we're going to do for your practice. I'm going to give you this picture. And I want you to choose one of the words that you learned today. Now, you can use one or you can use more if you'd like a bigger challenge. So please write that sentence in the comments. And I'm looking forward to reading all of them. And if you think that what we do is beautiful please subscribe right now. So that's it for the beautiful lesson. Thank you for joining us today and we'll see you next time. Bye!