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    • Comperatives And Superlatives
    • Comperatives
      • Which one is faster?
      • Which one is newer?
      • Which one is older?
    • Rules
      • -er than
      • Ferrari is fast er than Volswagen
      • Tall Taller
      • Short Shorter
      • Cheap Cheaper
      • BUT
      • Big Big-g-er
      • Fat Fat-t-er
      • Thin Thin-n-er
      • Hot Hot-t-er
      • EG: I’m thi nner than my friend.
    • -y ending adjectives
      • Happy Happ-i-er
      • Pretty Prett-i-er
      • Easy Eas-i-er
      • EG: Maths is eas ier than English.
    • Two Syllable Adjectives
      • We need MORE
      • Beautiful More Beautiful
      • Difficult More Difficult
      • Handsome More Handsome
      • EG: Brad Pitt is more handsome than Şaban.
    • Let’s Compare
      • Terry Alex
      • Age: 30 Age: 45
      • Height: 1.70m tall Height: 1.80m tall
    • Superlatives
      • The -est
      • Who is the tallest in our class?
      • Who is the funniest?
      • Who is the most hardworking?
    • How do we form SUPERLATIVES?
      • Tall The tall est
      • Short The short est
      • Young The young est
    • BUT
      • Happy The happ -i-est
      • Easy The eas- i-est
      • Two Syllables
      • Hardworking The most hardworking
      • Delicious The most delicious
    • Irregular Adjectives
      • Adjective Comperative Superlative
      • Good Better The best
      • Bad Worse The worst
      • Far Further The Furthest
    • Which one is correct?
      • Sall is older than (me, I)
      • I’m more beautiful than (she,her)
      • She is (interestinger, more intersting)than (I,me)
      • Any Questions?