UNIT 5: SMART SHOPPING

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UNIT 5: SMART SHOPPING

  1. 1. CICLO 2011-I Módulo: I<br />Unidad: 5 Semana:7<br />INGLES II<br />Angie Katherine BuitrònFernàndez<br />
  2. 2. UNIT 5: SmartShopping<br />
  3. 3. ORIENTACIONES<br />Espero que usted, al finalizar es estudio de esta unidad, haya logrado:<br /><ul><li> Reconocer vocabulario referente a compras comunes y actividades en un centro comercial
  4. 4. Comprender y utilizar los adjetivos comparativos y superlativos.</li></ul>Recuerde que nuestro curso estará enfocado a revisar vocabulario y puntos gramaticales, ítems que se tomará en cuenta en los exámenes y trabajo académico. No olvide de revisar sus otros materiales virtuales para reforzar sus conocimientos y habilidades.<br />
  5. 5. CONTENTS<br />Vocabulary<br />Commonpurchase.<br />Things and activities in a shopping mall.<br />Dialogues.<br />Grammar<br />Comparative<br />Superlative<br />Use<br />Form<br />Exercises.<br />Answerkey.<br />
  6. 6. Do you have a heavy coat?<br />A: Do you have a heavy coat?<br />B: Yes, I do.<br />A: Where did you buy it?<br />B: I bought it at Canepa.<br />Note:For more vocabulary open your book to page 68.<br />
  7. 7. Where do you buy shoes?<br />A: Where do you buy shoes?<br />B: I like Bata.<br />A: Is Bata better than Vilma’s?<br />B: I think so. It has a bigger selection.<br />Note:For more vocabulary open your book to page 70.<br />
  8. 8. I saved seven dollars.<br />A: Did you get a new vacuum?<br />B: Yes. I got one on sales at Hiraoka.<br />A: Really? Did you get a good deal?<br />B: I think so. I saved seven dollars.<br />Note:For more vocabulary open your book to page 72.<br />
  9. 9. The comparison of adjectives<br />I like this one.<br />It’s more expensive than this one. That is cheaper, look. You always want the most expensive.<br />Well, I’m not going to buy the cheapest car here.<br />
  10. 10. Form<br />We form the comparative and superlative adjective (Cheap) and long Ajectives (expensive) in different ways.<br />
  11. 11. A few of the comparatives and superlatives in English do not follow the usual pattern. Here is a list of common exceptions. <br />How to use comparatives and superlatives<br />
  12. 12. The comparison of adjectives<br />Exercise 1. Write the comparative form of the words in brackets.<br />They´ve made these chocolate bars smaller (small).<br />Sports is more interesting (interesting) than politics.<br />Can´t you think of anything ………………(intelligent) to say?<br />Well, the place looks………………(clean) now.<br />Olive looks……………………….(thin) that she did.<br />You need to draw it………………..(carefully).<br />The weather is getting ……………….(bad).<br />The programme will be shown at a ……………………...(late) date.<br />I can´t stay………………..(long) than half an hour.<br />A mobile phone would be a…………………(useful) present.<br />I´ll try to finish the job……………..(soon)<br />It was………………. (busy) than usual in town today.<br />I´ll been even……………..(annoyed) if you do that again.<br />Since the break-in I feel ……………… (nervous)<br />
  13. 13. Exercise 2. Write the correct forms.<br />Loreto is more big than Lima.bigger<br />The situation is getting difficultier.more difficult.<br />I was happyer in my old job. ____________<br />Last week´s meeting was more short. ____________<br />This game is excitinger than the last one. ____________<br />This month has been weter than last month. ____________<br />The prices are more low here. ____________<br />I feel more bad than I did yesterday. ____________<br />The piano is heavy than the sofa. ____________<br />You´re more tall than he is. ____________<br />This mobile phone is usefuler than the other one. ____________<br />The weather is getting good and good. ____________<br />
  14. 14. Exercise 3. Mark is a United fan. He never stops talking about them. Put in the superlative form of the adjectives.<br /><ul><li>Everyone´s heard of United. They´re the most famous (famous) team in</li></ul> the world.<br /><ul><li>They´ve got a long history. They´re the oldest (old) club in England.</li></ul>They´ve got lots of money. They´re the …………(rich) club in the country.<br />Their stadium is new. It´s the …..(modern) stadium in Europe.<br />United are wonderful. They´re the ………….(great) club in the world.<br />And what a team! It´s the ……..(exciting) team ever.<br />They´ve got lots of fans. They´re the ……….(popular) team in the country.<br />United have won everything. They´re the ………….. (successful) team ever.<br />They´re good to watch. They play the ………..(attractive) football.<br />United fans are happy. We´re the ………..(happy) people in the world.<br />
  15. 15. Exercise 4. Write the superlative form of the words in brackets.<br /><ul><li> It’s the shortest (short) day of the year.
  16. 16. It´s the most beautiful (beautiful) in the world.</li></ul>That was the ……..(funny) film I´ve ever seen.<br />It was the …….. (horrible) feeling I´ve ever had.<br />Have you heard her ………..(recent) book?<br />It´s the …………(large) company in the country.<br />It was the ……… (boring) speech I´ve ever heard.<br />You´ve got the ………...(far) to travel.<br />That´s the ……….. (helpful) idea so far.<br />The factory uses the …….. (modern) production methods.<br />This is the ……….. (early) I´ve ever got up.<br /> It was the ……………. (sad) day in my life.<br />
  17. 17. Answers<br />Exercise 1<br />More intelligent<br />Cleaner<br />Thinner<br />More carefully<br />Worse<br />Later<br />longer<br />More useful<br />Sooner<br />Busier<br />More annoyed<br />More nervous<br />Exercise 3<br />Richest<br />Most modern<br />Greatest<br />Most exciting<br />Most popular<br />Most successful<br />Most atractive<br />happiest<br />Exercise 2<br />Happier<br />Shorter<br />More exciting<br />Wetter<br />Lower<br />Worse<br />Heavier<br />Taller<br />More useful<br />Better and better<br />Exercise 4<br />Funniest<br />Most horrible<br />Most recent<br />Largest<br />Most boring<br />Farthest /furthest<br />Most helpful<br />Most modern<br />Earliest<br />saddest<br />
  18. 18. THANKS<br />

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