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    1. 1. Basics of English Grammar Comparative and superlative forms of adjectives Sample Power Point Presentation
    2. 2. Where you are: Contents • Introduction • What is a noun? • What is an adjective? • What is a syllable? • Syllable – further examples • Adjectives Skip introduction Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary • Comparative form • How to built comparative forms? • Superlative form • How to built superlative forms? • Summary • Comparison chart • Practice • Superlative forms • Comparative forms Back
    3. 3. Where you are: What is a noun? Noun is a word which refers to a thing, person, activity, place etc. Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary car reading teacher street Back
    4. 4. What is an adjective? Adjective is a word which describes a noun adjectives noun Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary big fast expensive car Back
    5. 5. What is a syllable? Syllable is a part of a word containing vowel sound read ing read Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary ing 1st syllable Where you are: 2nd syllable Back
    6. 6. Syllables – examples 1. One-syllable adjectives fast big cheap long 2. Two-syllable adjectives Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary happy crazy dirty 3. Three-syllable adjectives important wonderful Back
    7. 7. What is a “comparative form”? Comaprative form expresses the idea of ‘more’ fast-er Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary My car is fast. But his car is faster. Back
    8. 8. “Comparative form”? How is a ‘comparative’ form built? one syllable adjectives long er two syllable adjectives ending in -ly Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice funnier  y ier other two and three syllable adjectives modern more modern irregular adjectives for example ‘good’ good better Help Dictionary Back
    9. 9. What is a “superlative form”? Comaprative form expresses the idea of ‘most’ fast-est Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary My car is fast. Your car is fast. But his car is the fastest. Back
    10. 10. “Superlative form”? How is a ‘superlative’ form built? one syllable adjectives long est two syllable adjectives ending in -ly Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice funny iest  other two and three syllable adjectives modern most modern irregular adjectives for example ‘good’ good best Help Dictionary Back
    11. 11. Summary comparison comparative superlative long longer longest funny funniest Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice funniest Help Dictionary modern more modern most modern good better best Back
    12. 12. Where you are: Exercises On the following three slides you will find the instructions for three exercises related to your subject. Exercise I Give Polish translation Exercise Exercise II Give comparative forms Exercise Key Exercise III Give superlative forms Exercise Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Key Key Help Dictionary All the excersises are prepared on the basis of the following list of adjectives. [Go to the list] Back
    13. 13. Exercise – Polish equivalents Give Polish translation for a group of 25 adjectives title question number – press arrows to go to the next word adjective to be translated Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Click to go to the exercise Key supply translation check your answer Back
    14. 14. Exercise – comparatives Give comparative forms for a group of 25 adjectives title question number – press arrows to go to the next word adjective to be transformed Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Click to go to the exercise Key supply the comparative check your answer Back
    15. 15. Exercise – superlatives Give superlative forms for a group of 25 adjectives title question number – press arrows to go to the next word adjective to be transformed Where you are: Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Click to go to the exercise Key supply the superlative check your answer Back
    16. 16. Where you are: Exercises List of adjectives hot nice short kind exciting good bad tired big pleasant intelligent happy pretty annoyed tasty upset thin young lovely attractive unhappy careless perfect terrible Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary ugly Back
    17. 17. Where you are: Help Slides change after you press ENTER Shows your position Contents Noun Adjective Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary Click to learn more  Helps you navigate – backwards and forwards Back

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