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    1. 1. Basics of English GrammarComparative and superlative forms of adjectives Sample Power Point Presentation
    2. 2. Where you are: Contents Contents Noun• Introduction Skip introduction Adjective Syllable • What is a noun? Comparatives Superlatives • What is an adjective? Comparison • What is a syllable? Practice • Syllable – further examples Help• Adjectives Dictionary • Comparative form • How to built comparative forms? • Superlative form • How to built superlative forms?• Summary • Comparison chart• Practice Back • Superlative forms • Comparative forms
    3. 3. Where you are: What is a noun? Contents Noun AdjectiveNoun is a word which refers to a thing, Syllable Comparatives person, activity, place etc. Superlatives Comparison Practice Help Dictionary car reading street Backteacher
    4. 4. Where you are: What is an adjective? Contents Noun Adjective SyllableAdjective is a word which describes a noun Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice adjectives noun Help Dictionary big fast car expensive Back
    5. 5. Where you are: What is a syllable? Contents Noun Adjective SyllableSyllable is a part of a word containing vowel sound Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice read ing Help Dictionary read ing 1st syllable 2nd syllable Back
    6. 6. Where you are:Syllables – examples Contents Noun Adjective Syllable 1. One-syllable adjectives Comparatives Superlatives fast big cheap long Comparison Practice Help Dictionary 2. Two-syllable adjectives happy crazy dirty3. Three-syllable adjectivesimportant wonderful Back
    7. 7. Where you are:What is a “comparative form”? Contents Noun Adjective SyllableComaprative form expresses the idea of ‘more’ Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice fast-er Help Dictionary My car is fast. But his car is faster. Back
    8. 8. Where you are: “Comparative form”? Contents Noun Adjective Syllable How is a ‘comparative’ form built? Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practiceone syllable adjectives long er Help Dictionarytwo syllable adjectives ending in -ly funnier  y ier other two and three syllable adjectives modern more modern irregular adjectives for example ‘good’ good better Back
    9. 9. Where you are:What is a “superlative form”? Contents Noun Adjective SyllableComaprative form expresses the idea of ‘most’ Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice fast-est Help Dictionary My car is fast. Your car is fast. But his car is the fastest. Back
    10. 10. Where you are: “Superlative form”? Contents Noun Adjective Syllable How is a ‘superlative’ form built? Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practiceone syllable adjectives long est Help Dictionarytwo syllable adjectives ending in -ly funny iest  other two and three syllable adjectives modern most modern irregular adjectives for example ‘good’ good best Back
    11. 11. Where you are: Summary comparison Contents Noun Adjective Syllable comparative superlative Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practicelong longer longest Help Dictionaryfunny funniest funniestmodern more modern most moderngood better best Back
    12. 12. Where you are: Exercises Contents Noun AdjectiveOn the following three slides you will find the instructions Syllablefor three exercises related to your subject. Comparatives Superlatives ComparisonExercise I PracticeGive Polish translation Exercise Key Help DictionaryExercise IIGive comparative forms Exercise KeyExercise IIIGive superlative forms Exercise KeyAll the excersises are prepared on the basis of thefollowing list of adjectives. [Go to the list] Back
    13. 13. Where you are: Exercise – Polish equivalents Contents Noun AdjectiveGive Polish translation for a group of 25 adjectives Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice title Help Dictionary question number – press arrows to go to the next word Click to go to adjective to be the exercise translated Key supply translation Back check your answer
    14. 14. Where you are: Exercise – comparatives Contents Noun AdjectiveGive comparative forms for a group of 25 adjectives Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice title Help Dictionary question number – press arrows to go to the next word Click to go to adjective to be the exercise transformed Key supply the comparative Back check your answer
    15. 15. Where you are: Exercise – superlatives Contents Noun AdjectiveGive superlative forms for a group of 25 adjectives Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice title Help Dictionary question number – press arrows to go to the next word Click to go to adjective to be the exercise transformed Key supply the superlative Back check your answer
    16. 16. Where you are: Exercises Contents Noun Adjective SyllableList of adjectives Comparatives Superlatives Comparison hot big thin Practice nice pleasant young short intelligent lovely Help Dictionary kind happy attractive exciting pretty unhappy good annoyed careless bad tasty perfect tired upset terrible ugly Back
    17. 17. Where you are: Change of ‘y’ into ‘i’ Contents Noun AdjectiveWe want the comparative form Syllable Comparatives of the adjective ‘funny’ Superlatives Comparison Practice funny +er Help Dictionary yi funnier funn +ier Back
    18. 18. Where you are: Help Contents Noun AdjectiveSlides change after you press ENTER Syllable Comparatives Superlatives Comparison Practice Shows your position Help Dictionary Click to learn more  Helps you navigate – backwards Back and forwards
    19. 19. Where you are: Dictionary Contents Noun Adjective SyllableEnglish to Polish translation (sample) Comparatives Superlatives Comparison nice - miły pleasant - przyjemny Practice short - krótki lovely – uroczy Help Dictionary Etc. Back

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