Main Aim: By the end of the lesson
the students should be able to
compare people making emphasis on
(January 21st , 2014)
A: Look at Paula. She’s excellent at soccer.
B: Yeah, I know. She’s a really good.
A: And what about Mariana?
B: She’s really bad at soccer. She’s worse than all than other
A: Yeah. She’s the worst player in the world.
B: She can’t kick the ball and she can’t score goals.
A: She can’t do anything. What about Anna? Do you think
she’s good at soccer?
B: Well, she’s very good, but Paula is definitely better than
A: Right. Paula is better than the other girls. Paula is even
better than you!
B: That’s not true?
A: Yes, it is. Paula is the best player in the school.
Some adjectives have irregular
comparative forms (e.g. goodbetter-best