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Comparatives and superlatives

  1. 1. ComparativesandSuperlatives
  2. 2. comparatives
  3. 3. BCA is big.
  4. 4. BC A is big.A is bigger than B.
  5. 5. BC A is big.A is bigger than B.
  6. 6. ə əA is bigger than B.
  7. 7. X X is interesting.
  8. 8. X X is interesting. Y Y is boring.
  9. 9. X X is interesting. Y Y is boring.X is more interesting than Y.
  10. 10. X is more interesting than Y.
  11. 11. observe:
  12. 12. A is bigger than B.X is more interesting than Y.
  13. 13. superlatives
  14. 14. BCA is the biggest.
  15. 15. BCA is the biggest.
  16. 16. DA is the biggestin the grey box.
  17. 17. spelling rules with –er and –iest
  18. 18. 1. doubling the final consonant
  19. 19. hothotter  coolcooler
  20. 20. hothotter  coolcooler
  21. 21. double the final consonant if:a) adjective is 1 syllableandb) ends with 1 vowel + 1 consonant
  22. 22. 2. adjectives in –y
  23. 23. pretty prettier  ugly uglier  happyhappiest
  24. 24. with 2-syllable adjectives ending in –y
  25. 25. a) remove the ‘y’b) add –ier or –iest
  26. 26. summary
  27. 27. adjective comparative superlative tall taller the tallest1 syllable big bigger the biggest2 syllables happy happier the happiestwith -y easy easier the easiest2 syllables modern more modern the most modernothers tired more tired the most tired3+ syllables interesting more interesting the most interesting
  28. 28. adjective comparative superlative good better the best well bad worse the worst farther the farthest far further the furthest - more the most little less the least
  29. 29. exercise
  30. 30. write the comparative forms of these adjectives
  31. 31. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern greeneducational
  32. 32. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern greeneducational
  33. 33. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad worse the worst thin expensive far farther / further the farthest / furthest healthy special good better the best wet modern greeneducational
  34. 34. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern oldeducational
  35. 35. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive more expensive the most expensive far healthy special more special the most special good wet modern more modern the most modern greeneducational more educational the most educational
  36. 36. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern greeneducational
  37. 37. adjective comparative superlative warm happy happier the happiest bad thin expensive far healthy healthier the healthiest special good wet modern greeneducational
  38. 38. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern greeneducational
  39. 39. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin thinner the thinnest expensive far healthy special good wet wetter the wettest modern greeneducational
  40. 40. adjective comparative superlative warm happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern greeneducational
  41. 41. adjective comparative superlative warm warmer the warmest happy bad thin expensive far healthy special good wet modern green greener the greenesteducational
  42. 42. comparing nouns
  43. 43. C has a lot of books.
  44. 44. C has a lot of books.D has a few books.
  45. 45. C has a lot of books. D has a few books.C has more books than D.
  46. 46. C has more books than D.
  47. 47. C has a lot of paper.
  48. 48. C has a lot of paper.D has a little paper.
  49. 49. C has a lot of paper. D has a little paper.C has more paper than D.
  50. 50. C has more paper than D.
  51. 51. more is used to compare both countable and uncountable nouns
  52. 52. modifying comparatives
  53. 53. a bitmuch
  54. 54. BCA is very big.A is bigger than C.
  55. 55. BCA is very big.A is much bigger than C.
  56. 56. MOLTOA is very big.A is much bigger than C.
  57. 57. BCB is quite big.B is bigger than C.
  58. 58. BCB is quite big.B is a bit bigger than C.
  59. 59. homework
  60. 60. Module 4 part 2.1-11(12-21 aren’t active)

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