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U2 l3

  1. 1. Unit 2 Lesson 3How is the internet changing our way of life?
  2. 2. How is the internet changing our way of life? More interesting Faster easier simpler quicker smaller
  3. 3. Look these pictures
  4. 4. Who is the shortest?Who is taller than Al? Who is the tallest?
  5. 5. Compare them
  6. 6. One-Syllable Comparative SuperlativeAdjective Form Formtall taller tallestold older oldestlong longer longest Mary is taller than Max. Mary is the tallest of all the students. Max is older than John. Of the three students, Max is the oldest. My hair is longer than your hair. Maxs story is the longest story Ive ever heard.
  7. 7. Two-Syllable Comparative Form Superlative FormAdjectivepeaceful more peaceful most peacefulpleasant more pleasant most pleasantcareful more careful most carefulthoughtful more thoughtful most thoughtful This morning is more peaceful than yesterday morning. Maxs house in the mountains is the most peaceful in the world. Max is more careful than Mike. Of all the taxi drivers, Jack is the most careful. Jill is more thoughtful than your sister. Mary is the most thoughtful person Ive ever met.
  8. 8. My house is (big) than yours. This flower is (beautiful) than that one. This is the (interesting) book I have ever read. Non-smokers usually live (long) than smokers. Which is the (dangerous) animal in the world?A holiday by the sea is (good) than a holiday in the mountains.It is strange but often a coke is (expensive) than a beer. Who is the (rich) woman on earth? The weather this summer is even (bad) than last summer. He was the (clever) thief of all.
  9. 9. My house is biggerthan indicates that we have to use the comparative formone-syllable adjectives are compared by adding -er/-est, note: after a short vowel (i), the final consonant (g) is doubled than yours. This flower is more beautifulthan indicates that we have to use the comparative form adjectives of three or more syllables are compared by using more/most than that one. This is the most interestingthe definite article (the) before the adjective indicates that we have to use the superlative form adjectives of three or more syllables are compared by using more/most book I have ever read.Non-smokers usually live longerthan indicates that we have to use the comparative form one-syllable adjectives are compared by adding -er/-est than smokers. Which is the most dangerousthe definite article (the) before the adjective indicates that we have to use the superlative form adjectives of three or more syllables are compared by using more/most animal in the world?
  10. 10. A holiday by the sea is betterthan indicates that we have to use the comparative form irregular comparison (good-better-best) than a holiday in the mountains.It is strange but often a coke is more expensivethan indicates that we have to use the comparative form adjectives of three or more syllables are compared by using more/most than a beer. Who is the richestthe definite article (the) before the adjective indicates that we have to use the superlative form one-syllable adjectives are compared by adding -er/-est woman on earth? The weather this summer is even worsethan indicates that we have to use the comparative form irregular comparison (bad-worse-worst) than last summer. He was the cleverestthe definite article (the) before the adjective indicates that we have to use the superlative formadjective of two syllables ending in -er are compared by adding -er/- est thief of all.
  11. 11. Homework Page: 27-29Exercises: 1d, 3a, 3b

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