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A simple presentation on how to use comparative adjectives in English.

A simple presentation on how to use comparative adjectives in English.

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  • 1. Comparison (revision)
  • 2. Can you compare thesetwoactresses?
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 3. Use expressionsliketheonesbelow:
    I think
    I guess HB is more ... ... ... than MS.
    I’msure MS isless ... ... ... than HB.
    I reckon HB is as ... ... ... as MS.
    I believe
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 4. Nowit’syourturn!
    attractive
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I think Halle Berryis more attractivethanMerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 5. Nowit’syourturn!
    popular
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I believeMerylStreepis more popular than Halle Berry
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 6. Nowit’syourturn!
    talkative
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I guess Halle Berryis more talkativethanMerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 7. Nowit’syourturn!
    tall
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I reckon Halle Berryis taller thanMerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 8. Nowit’syourturn!
    young
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I’msure Halle BerryisyoungerthanMerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 9. Nowit’syourturn!
    wise
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I thinkMerylStreepiswiserthan Halle Berry
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 10. Nowit’syourturn!
    slim
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I guess Halle BerryisslimmerthanMerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 11. Nowit’syourturn!
    clever
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I believeMerylStreepisclevererthan Halle Berry
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 12. Nowit’syourturn!
    healthy
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I thinkMerylStreepishealthierthan Halle Berry
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 13. Nowit’syourturn!
    gentle
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I think Halle BerryisgentlerthanMerylStreep
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 14. Nowit’syourturn!
    good actress
    Halle Berry
    MerylStreep
    I’msureMerylStreepis a betteractress
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 15. Let’s revise alltheadjectivesused:
    more attractive
    more popular
    more talkative
    taller
    younger
    wiser
    slimmer
    cleverer
    healthier
    gentler
    better
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 16. Let’s revise alltheadjectivesused:
    more attractive
    more popular
    more talkative
    Three-syllableadjectives: MORE … THAN …
    taller
    younger
    wiser
    slimmer
    cleverer
    healthier
    gentler
    better
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 17. Let’s revise alltheadjectivesused:
    more attractive
    more popular
    more talkative
    One-syllableadjectives:
    -ER … THAN …
    taller
    younger
    wiser
    slimmer
    cleverer
    healthier
    gentler
    better
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 18. Let’s revise alltheadjectivesused:
    more attractive
    more popular
    more talkative
    Two-syllableadjectives:
    Ending in –y, –le, –er: -ER … THAN …
    b) Therest: MORE … THAN …
    taller
    younger
    wiser
    slimmer
    cleverer
    healthier
    gentler
    better
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 19. Let’s revise alltheadjectivesused:
    more attractive
    more popular
    more talkative
    Irregular comparatives:
    good – better
    bad – worse
    far – further
    taller
    younger
    wiser
    slimmer
    cleverer
    healthier
    gentler
    better
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1
  • 20. ATTENTION!!!
    Stressed CVC ending  double consonant
    e.g.slimmer, bigger, hotter
    Isabel de la Cruz Intermedio 1