WONDERS OF WORLD
In Unit 3, you learn how to……
• Use the superlative form of adjectives
• Use the superlatives with nouns
• Ask and answer questions about measurements with
How + adjective…?
• Talk about human and natural wonders
• Use short responses to show you are a supportive
• Use superlattives for emphasis
Structure For short adjectives
The + adjective+est
What’s the biggest train station in the world ?
What’s the busiest airport in the world ?
Structure For long adjectives
The + most/least + adjective
What’s the most expensive city in the world ?
What’s the most beatiful region in Ecuador ?
What’s the best person in your life ?
What’s the worst problem in the city ?
superlatives with nouns:
The most + noum
Which country has the most tourism?
What’s the city has the most people in the world ?
In conversation The + most + adjective is about 20 times
more common than The + least + adjective
Mount Everest.- is the Earth’s highest mountain located
in mahanlangur section of the Himalayas It’s pesk is
8848 metres above sea level and the 5th turthes point
from the centre of the Earth.
Mount everest attracts many highly experienced
mountaneers as well as capable climbers willing to the
There are two many climbing routes
Measurement.- the 8848 height given is officially
recognized by Nepal and China although Nepal is
planning a new survey
The Great Pyramid is considered a natural wonder
and the Egyptian government was disappointed that
it would have to compete with several man-made
monuments like the Sydney Opera House and those
that were chosen. As a compromise, the Great
Pyramid is considered to be the “Honorary
Candidate” after the 7 modern wonders of the world.
Here they are – the seven man-made wonders of the
world (with an honorable runner up). Looking to
plan a special trip this year? Consider touring the
world to see each one – or work them into your
vacation itineraries as you plan your vacations for
years to come. We can only guarantee that no matter
where you end up you won’t be disappointed.
Questions with How + adjective
How high is Mount Everest?
How long is the nile river ?
How wide is the grand Canyon?
How deep is the Pacific Ocean?
How large is the sahara Desert?
How hot does it get in Death Valley?
Some measurements can be followed by an adjective :
high, tall, long, wide, deep