50 adjectives to describe what you see, hear, feel, smell, and taste

source: Learn English with Benjamin [engVid]       2018年3月8日
You have five senses: hearing, sight, smell, taste, and touch. You need a wide vocabulary to be able to accurately describe what you feel through your senses. For example, not all smells are the same. Do you know the difference between "fresh", "fragrant", "pungent", and "musty"? Watch on because in this lesson, I will teach you 50 (!) words to describe not only odours, but what you experience through all five of your senses. There will be ten words for each sense, all of which will help your conversation become more interesting to your listener, as they will be able to imagine your words more clearly and more vividly.