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    • Title of video: "Forming Comparative and superlative Adjectives" Overview: This video is about „Focus on Form‟ classroom. The subject is “Forming Comparative and Superlative Adjectives”. From this video you will learn how to form a comparative adjective using –er or more. As the instructor shows, we use „–er‟ for short words (one syllable) and we use „more‟ for longer words (two syllables or more). On the other hand, to form the superlatives adjectives we add –est or most. The students had an instrumental motivation and they were well participated. The instructor illustrated the forms clearly. The lesson was well organized and well controlled. Audience:  Student in level 3 Objectives:  The student will be able to differentiate between Comparative and Superlative adjectives.  The student will be able to form sentences using comparative and superlatives adjectives.  The student will be able to know when to use –er and when to more in comparison.  The student will be able to know when to use –est and when to use most for the superlatives adjectives.