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Comparative Superlative Adjectives Comparative Superlative Adjectives Presentation Transcript

  • Comparative and Superlative Adjectives ELA Notes
  • Comparative/Superlative
  • Comparative/Superlative The comparative form of an adjective compares one person or thing with another.
  • Comparative/Superlative The comparative form of an adjective compares one person or thing with another. The superlative form of an adjective compares one person to thing with several others.
  • Comparative/Superlative The comparative form of an adjective compares one person or thing with another. The superlative form of an adjective compares one person to thing with several others. For morst adjectives with one syllable (and some two slyllables), add -er to form the comparative and - est to form the superlative.
  • Examples
  • Examples The sun is higher than it was an hour ago.
  • Examples The sun is higher than it was an hour ago. Today is the hottest day of the week.
  • Examples Comparative The sun is higher than it was an hour ago. Today is the hottest day of the week.
  • Examples Comparative Comparing only TWO The sun is higher than it was an hour ago. Today is the hottest day of the week.
  • Examples Comparative Comparing only TWO The sun is higher than it was an hour ago. Today is the hottest day of the week. Superlative
  • Examples Comparative Comparing only TWO The sun is higher than it was an hour ago. Today is the hottest day of the week. Superlative Comparing more than TWO (Seven days in a week)
  • big
  • big bigger
  • big bigger biggest
  • Comparative/Superlative
  • Comparative/Superlative Adjectives with two or more syllables form the comparative by using MORE before than adjective.
  • Comparative/Superlative Adjectives with two or more syllables form the comparative by using MORE before than adjective. Form the superlative by using MOST before the adjective.
  • Comparative/Superlative Adjectives with two or more syllables form the comparative by using MORE before than adjective. Form the superlative by using MOST before the adjective. Example:
  • Comparative/Superlative Adjectives with two or more syllables form the comparative by using MORE before than adjective. Form the superlative by using MOST before the adjective. Example: Today’s climb was MORE difficult than yesterday’s climb.
  • Comparative/Superlative Adjectives with two or more syllables form the comparative by using MORE before than adjective. Form the superlative by using MOST before the adjective. Example: Today’s climb was MORE difficult than yesterday’s climb. Tomorrow’s climb will be the MOST difficult of all.
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Some adjectives do not follow a specific pattern.
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Some adjectives do not follow a specific pattern. That was a bad mistake.
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Some adjectives do not follow a specific pattern. That was a bad mistake. His mistake was worse.
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Some adjectives do not follow a specific pattern. That was a bad mistake. His mistake was worse. Mine was the worst of all.
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most little less least
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most little less least
  • Irregular Comparative/Superlative Base Form Comparative Superlative good better best bad worse worst many more most little less least