ADJECTIVE OF QUALITY
Adjectives in English are invariable , it means that
have the same form in male, female, neuter,
singular and plural. It is always placed before the
noun that describes.
Ex: a big house.
WITH THESE ADJECTIVES WE CAN COMPAIRE TO
PEOPLE, ANIMALS AND THINGS.
There are three degrees of comparison.
When tow people, animals or things aren’t equal.
Comparative degree: We use this to tall that one
person, animal or thing is more…..than another
person, animal or thing.
This is builted with: as +adjective +as
Ex: kelly is as tall as Lucy.
And for negatives Not + as + adjective + as
EX: Lucas is not as clever as John
COMPARATIVES is formed adding “er” to the
Ex: Paul is taller than Mary
And it’s necessary to use “more” before adjectives
that have more of one syllable.
This movie is more interesting than that one.
These shoes are expensive than those ones.
We use the superlative to tell than one person,
animal or thing is more that any other thing
That house is the biggest
as you see we should add (the +“est”) to the
but when the adjective isn’t short we put “the
most” before adjective
Paul is the most diligent .