Main Aim: By the end of the lesson
the students should be able to make
comparisons.

(January 22nd, 2014)
David: How do you like living in the big city?
Mary: There are many things that are better than living in the village!
Dav...
There are many things that are better
than living in the village.
The forms adjective +-er (…than) and
more + adjective (…than) indicate
inequality.
The village is more
relaxed than the city.
The city is busier
than the village.
The village is slower
than the city.
The life in the village is
healthier than in the
city.
The city is more
dangerous than
the village.
The city is more
expensive than
the village.
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014
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Comparatives (3) january 22nd, 2014

  1. 1. Main Aim: By the end of the lesson the students should be able to make comparisons. (January 22nd, 2014)
  2. 2. David: How do you like living in the big city? Mary: There are many things that are better than living in the village! David: Can you give me some examples? Mary: Well, it certainly is more interesting than the village. There is so much more to do and see! David: Yes, but the city is more dangerous than the village. Mary: That's true. People in the city aren't as open and friendly as those in the countryside. David: I'm sure that the village is more relaxed, too! Mary: Yes, the city is busier than the village. However, the village is slower than the city. David: I think that's a good thing! Mary: Oh, I don't. The village is so slow and boring! It's much more boring than the city. David: How about the cost of living? Is the village cheaper than the city? Mary: Oh, yes. The city is more expensive than the village. David: Life in the village is also much healthier than in the city. Mary: Yes, it's cleaner and less dangerous in the village. But, the city is so much more exciting. It's faster, crazier and more fun than the village.
  3. 3. There are many things that are better than living in the village.
  4. 4. The forms adjective +-er (…than) and more + adjective (…than) indicate inequality.
  5. 5. The village is more relaxed than the city.
  6. 6. The city is busier than the village.
  7. 7. The village is slower than the city.
  8. 8. The life in the village is healthier than in the city.
  9. 9. The city is more dangerous than the village.
  10. 10. The city is more expensive than the village.

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