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Course 7-Unit 10: Superlative adjectives.

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  • 1. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 2. Read the following sentenceSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 3. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 4. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigIs there an adjective in this sentences ?SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 5. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigIs there an adjective in this sentences ?Piensa en esta pregunta antes de dar el próximo click.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 6. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigIs there an adjective in this sentences ?Piensa en esta pregunta antes de dar el próximo click.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 7. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigIs there an adjective in this sentences ?Piensa en esta pregunta antes de dar el próximo click.“Big” is the adjective in this sentence. It describes the noun.It says something about my car.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 8. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigIs there an adjective in this sentences ?Piensa en esta pregunta antes de dar el próximo click.“Big” is the adjective in this sentence. It describes the noun.It says something about my car.“Big” es el adjetivo de esta oración. Esta palabra describe el sustantivo de esta oración.Esta palabra dice algo sobre mi carro.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 9. Read the following sentenceMy car is bigIs there an adjective in this sentences ?Piensa en esta pregunta antes de dar el próximo click.“Big” is the adjective in this sentence. It describes the noun.It says something about my car.“Big” es el adjetivo de esta oración. Esta palabra describe el sustantivo de esta oración.Esta palabra dice algo sobre mi carro.Mi carro podría ser pequeño, bonito, costosa, pero en este caso, el adjetivo “big”, dice que es grande.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 10. My cat isSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 11. My cat isBIGSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 12. My cat isBIGFUNNYSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 13. My cat isBIGFUNNYBROWNSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 14. My cat isBIGFUNNYBROWNINTELLIGENTSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 15. My cat isBIGFUNNYBROWNINTELLIGENTADJECTIVESSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 16. My cat isBIGFUNNYBROWNINTELLIGENTADJECTIVESWords to describe my catSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 17. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 18. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 19. We use superlative adjectives whenwe want to express the extreme orhighest degree of a quality orcharacteristic of people, things,places, ideas, etc; in a group ofpeople, things, places, ideas, etc.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 20. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES1 2 3
  • 21. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES- Player number 1 is tall.1 2 3
  • 22. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES- Player number 1 is tall.- Player number 2 is tall too.1 2 3
  • 23. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES- Player number 1 is tall.- Player number 2 is tall too.But1 2 3
  • 24. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES- Player number 1 is tall.- Player number 2 is tall too.But- Player number 3 is the tallest.1 2 3
  • 25. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES- Player number 1 is tall.- Player number 2 is tall too.But- Player number 3 is the tallest.El jugador numero 3 es el mas alto.1 2 3
  • 26. - Italian is an important language.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 27. - Italian is an important language.- Portuguese is an important language too.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 28. - Italian is an important language.- Portuguese is an important language too.ButSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 29. - Italian is an important language.- Portuguese is an important language too.But- English is the most important languageSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 30. - Italian is an important language.- Portuguese is an important language too.But- English is the most important languageIngles es el idioma mas importanteSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 31. Take a look at these two examples againSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 32. Take a look at these two examples againPlayer number 3 is the tallest.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 33. Take a look at these two examples againPlayer number 3 is the tallest.English is the most importantlanguageSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 34. Take a look at these two examples againPlayer number 3 is the tallest.English is the most importantlanguageSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESDo you see the difference ?
  • 35. Take a look at these two examples againPlayer number 3 is the tallest.English is the most importantlanguageSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESDo you see the difference ?
  • 36. the tallest.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 37. the tallest.the most importantSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 38. the tallest.the most importantSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESSmall adjective. One syllable
  • 39. the tallest.the most importantSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESSmall adjective. One syllableLong adjective. More than 2 syllables
  • 40. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES1st. CONCLUSION
  • 41. For one syllable adjectives, add “est” at the endof the adjective to create the superlative.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES1st. CONCLUSION
  • 42. For one syllable adjectives, add “est” at the endof the adjective to create the superlative.Use “the” before the comparative adjectiveSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES1st. CONCLUSION
  • 43. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESBOGOTAExample:
  • 44. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESBOGOTA CALIExample:
  • 45. SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESBOGOTA CALI PEREIRAExample:
  • 46. Bogota is the biggest citySUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESBOGOTA CALI PEREIRAExample:
  • 47. Bogota is the biggest cityPereira is the smallest citySUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESBOGOTA CALI PEREIRAExample:
  • 48. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 49. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLargeCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 50. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largestCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 51. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largest tallCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 52. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largest tall the tallestCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 53. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largest tall the tallestshortCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 54. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largest tall the tallestshort the shortestCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 55. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largest tall the tallestshort the shorter fastCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 56. Examples of superlatives with one syllable adjectivesLarge the largest tall the tallestshort the shorter fast the fastestCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 57. If the adjective ends in “e”, only add “st”.COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 58. If the adjective ends in “e”, only add “st”.COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 59. If the adjective ends in “e”, only add “st”.The blue t-shirt is the largest t-shirt(large)COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 60. If the adjective ends inconsonant – vowel – consonant,double the final consonant before adding “est”COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES
  • 61. If the adjective ends inconsonant – vowel – consonant,double the final consonant before adding “est”COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESOrlandoJairo Carlos
  • 62. If the adjective ends inconsonant – vowel – consonant,double the final consonant before adding “est”Orlando is the fattest man. (Fat)COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESOrlandoJairo Carlos
  • 63. For most the adjectives that end in “Y”change the “Y” for “i” and add “est”.The truck is the heaviest vehicle. (Heavy)COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESTruckCarScooter
  • 64. For adjectives of two or more syllables, create thesuperlative form using “the most” or “the least”“The most” and “The least” always go before theadjective. The adjective doesn´t change.SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES2nd. CONCLUSIONel mas, la mas,los mas, las mas.el menos, lamenos, losmenos, las menos.
  • 65. For some people,English is a difficult language to learnGerman is also a difficult language to learnBut,Chinese is the most difficult language to learnChinese es el lenguage mas dificil de aprenderSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESExample
  • 66. Nowdays,Samsung computers are not expensive,HP computers are not expensive eitherButAccer computers are the least expensive.Computadores Accer son los menos costososSUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVESExample
  • 67. Examples of superlatives with two or more syllablesadjectivesComfortable the most comfortableDifficult the least difficultImportant the most importantCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVESExamples
  • 68. You can find more information aboutsuperlative adjectives in yourTop Notch 1 book, page: 112.Also, visit this linkhttp://www.englishclub.com/grammar/adjectives-comparative.htmCOMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES