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Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
Comparative and Superlative
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Comparative and Superlative

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Brief explanation of the formation of the comparative and superlative form in English Language.

Brief explanation of the formation of the comparative and superlative form in English Language.

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    • 1. Basics of English Grammar Comparative and superlative forms of adjectives Sample Power Point Presentation
    • 2. Contents
      • Introduction
        • What is a noun ?
        • What is an adjective ?
        • What is a syllable ?
          • Syllable – further examples
      • Adjectives
        • Comparative form
          • How to built comparative forms ?
        • Superlative form
          • How to built superlative forms ?
      • Summary
        • Comparison chart
      • Practice
        • Superlative forms
        • Comparative forms
      Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back Skip introduction
    • 3. What is a noun ?
      • Noun is a word which refers to a thing, person, activity, place etc.
      car street teacher reading Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 4. What is an adjective?
      • Adjective is a word which describes a noun
      fast big expensive car adjectives noun Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 5. What is a syllable ?
      • Syllable is a part of a word containing vowel sound
      read ing read ing 1 st syllable 2nd syllable Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 6. Syllables – examples
      • 1. One-syllable adjectives
      2. Two-syllable adjectives 3. Three-syllable adjectives fast big cheap long hap im py cra zy dir ty por tant won der ful Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 7. What is a “ c omparative form”?
      • Comparative form expresses the idea of ‘more’
      fast -er My car is fast. But his car is faster. Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 8. “ Comparative form”?
      • How is a ‘ comparative ’ form built?
      good modern long er one syllable adjectives two syllable adjectives ending in -ly funn other two and three syllable adjectives irregular adjectives for example ‘good’  Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back y ier modern more better
    • 9. What is a “ superlative form”?
      • Superlative form expresses the idea of ‘most’
      fast -est My car is fast. Your car is fast. But his car is the fastest. Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 10. “ Superlative form”?
      • How is a ‘superl ative ’ form built?
      y long est one syllable adjectives two syllable adjectives ending in -ly funn other two and three syllable adjectives irregular adjectives for example ‘good’ Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back iest  modern modern most good best
    • 11. Summary comparison long est iest funn modern most best long er ie r funn modern more better long funny modern good comparative superlative Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
    • 12. Exercises Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back
      • List of adjectives . Write on your notebook the comparative and superlative forms of these adjectives.
        • hot big thin
        • nice pleasant young
        • short intelligent lovely
        • kind happy attractive
        • exciting pretty unhappy
        • good annoyed careless
        • bad tasty perfect
        • tired upset terrible
        • ugly
    • 13. Change of ‘y’ into ‘i’ Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Back funny +er y  i funn +ier funnier We want the comparative form of the adjective ‘funny’

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