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  • Comparatives Who is more handsome?
  • Brad Pitt is more handsome than Tom Cruise Or Tom Cruise is more handsome than Brad Pitt
  • Who is more beautiful?
  • Jennifer Aniston is more beautiful than Angeline Or Angleine is more beautiful than Jennifer Aniston
  • Short adjectives fat strong tall cheap big Adj + er Taller stronger
  • Long adjectives handsome beautiful intelligent More + adjective + than
  • Exercise intelligent a)intelligenter b)intelligentier c)more intelligent silly a)sillyer b)sillier c)more silly pretty a)prettyer b)prettier c)more pretty tall a)taller b)taler c)more tall red a)reder b)redder c) more red blue a)bluer b)blueer c)more blue expensive a)expensiver b)expensiveer c)more expensive big a)biger b)bigger c)more big
  • DEMONSTRATIVES THIS, THESE, THAT, THOSE ONE, ONES
  • Singular, near Plural, near
  • Singular, far Plural, far
  •  
  • GOLD
  • LEATHER
  • PLASTIC
  • RUBBER
  • SILK
  • SILVER
  • WOOL
  •  
  • This - These, That - Those Write the plural form in the boxes below and change the verb form. For example: Those girls go to my school. That girl goes to my school. These cars are new. This car is new.
  • This man works at my shop. 10. This exercise is easy. 9. That person sings badly. 8. This lesson is very difficult. 7. That computer is old. 6. That dog barks all night. 5. This book belongs to George. 4. That house is near the beach. 3. That student writes well. 2. This orange is very nice. 1.