BELINDA BAARDSEN, AMERICAN EXPAT, TEFL CERTIFIED ESLINSTRUCTOR, KING SAUDUNIVERSITY
Unit 10 ~ VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFacto...
Unit 10 ~ VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFacto...
Unit 10 - VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFacto...
Unit 10 - VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFacto...
Unit 10 ~ Vocabulary             AdjectiveFastBigDirtyDangerousNoisyModernUnfriendlyExcitingExpensive
Unit 10 ~ Vocabulary                           Opposite   AdjectivesFastBig             CheapDirty           SlowDangerous...
Comparative and superlative adjectives                     Adjective   Comparatives       Superlative                  Old...
Comparative and superlative adjectives                                                      Superlatives                  ...
Comparative and superlative adjectivesAdjectives with                                 The most boring                   Bo...
Comparative and superlative adjectives                Good       Better        The best Irregular                Bad      ...
Comparative and superlative adjectives*Adjectives which end in one vowel and one consonant double the consonant.          ...
Adjective + Noun                                                 (nice)+ (day)                                            ...
The Adjective is before the Noun.They live in a modern house.   They live in house modern.
The adjective is placed where?Have you met any famous people?      Have you met people famous?                         Jam...
The ending of an Adjective is always the same.“a different place…”                              “different places..”      ...
The Comparative: Using ER and MoreWhen we use adjectives (e.g. old,important) to compare two people , ortwo things, the ad...
The comparative: using –ER and MoreNotice in the examples: than followsthe comparative form:Older thanMore important than ...
The comparative: using –ER and More AssistantPrince Turki Al Faisal Bin Abdul              Aziz             Prince Turki A...
ADJECTIVES WITH ONE SYLLABLE                 BIG                Add: ‘er               Bigger*If an adjective ends in one ...
ADJECTIVES THAT END IN -YIf an adjective endsin – y, change the –y to I and add –er.                      The dove is pret...
ADJECTIVES WITH TWO OR MORE SYLLABLESUse more in front ofadjectives that have two ormore syllables, exceptadjectives that ...
IRREGULAR COMPARATIVE FORMSThe comparative forms of good, bad, and far are       irregular.     ``````````````` Better, wo...
More ExamplesCities are bigger  than towns.
Important Breathing ismore important  than you understand.
Old Egypt isolder than  Paris.
Tall A giraffe istaller than a   horse.
KindA mother is kinder than a stranger.
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Unit 10 bigger and better - comparative - superlative adjectives

  1. 1. BELINDA BAARDSEN, AMERICAN EXPAT, TEFL CERTIFIED ESLINSTRUCTOR, KING SAUDUNIVERSITY
  2. 2. Unit 10 ~ VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFactoryFieldLibrarylake
  3. 3. Unit 10 ~ VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFactoryFieldLibrarylake
  4. 4. Unit 10 - VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFactoryFieldLibrarylake
  5. 5. Unit 10 - VocabularyWoodVillageParkMuseumMountainSchoolCottageHospitalBuildingFarmBridgeRiver bankTractorCar parkPortFactoryFieldLibrarylake
  6. 6. Unit 10 ~ Vocabulary AdjectiveFastBigDirtyDangerousNoisyModernUnfriendlyExcitingExpensive
  7. 7. Unit 10 ~ Vocabulary Opposite AdjectivesFastBig CheapDirty SlowDangerous FriendlyNoisy QuietModern OldUnfriendly SafeExciting BoringExpensive small
  8. 8. Comparative and superlative adjectives Adjective Comparatives Superlative Old Older The oldestOne-syllable Safe Safer The safest adjectives Big Bigger The biggest hot hotter The hottest
  9. 9. Comparative and superlative adjectives Superlatives Adjective ComparativeAdjectives ending in - y Noisy Noisier The noisiest Dirty Dirtier The dirtiest
  10. 10. Comparative and superlative adjectivesAdjectives with The most boring Boring two or more More boring beautiful syllables More beautiful The most beautiful
  11. 11. Comparative and superlative adjectives Good Better The best Irregular Bad Worse The worstadjectives Far further The furthest
  12. 12. Comparative and superlative adjectives*Adjectives which end in one vowel and one consonant double the consonant. **You’re older than me. New York is dirtier than Paris. Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
  13. 13. Adjective + Noun (nice)+ (day) (blue) + (eyes) Sentences with adjectives. Sentences without adjectives. It’s a nice --------day today. It’s today. Laura has got brown -------------eyes. Laura has eyes.There’s a very old ----------- bridge in this village. There’s a bridge in this village. Do you like Italian -------------food? Do you like food?I don’t speak any foreign ---------------languages. I don’t speak languages.
  14. 14. The Adjective is before the Noun.They live in a modern house. They live in house modern.
  15. 15. The adjective is placed where?Have you met any famous people? Have you met people famous? James Bond, Sky Fall
  16. 16. The ending of an Adjective is always the same.“a different place…” “different places..” Different- (not) -- differents
  17. 17. The Comparative: Using ER and MoreWhen we use adjectives (e.g. old,important) to compare two people , ortwo things, the adjectives have specialforms.In (a): We add – er to an adjective, orIn (b): we use more in front of anadjective.*The use of -er and more is called thecomparative form. The horse is bigger than the dog.
  18. 18. The comparative: using –ER and MoreNotice in the examples: than followsthe comparative form:Older thanMore important than He is older than Abdullah.
  19. 19. The comparative: using –ER and More AssistantPrince Turki Al Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz Prince Turki Al Faisal Bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud of Saudi Arabia I is more important than his Assistant.
  20. 20. ADJECTIVES WITH ONE SYLLABLE BIG Add: ‘er Bigger*If an adjective ends in one vowel andone consonant, double the consonant:big – bigger, fat—fatter, thin-thinner,hot-hotter. The Fox is bigger than the rabbit.
  21. 21. ADJECTIVES THAT END IN -YIf an adjective endsin – y, change the –y to I and add –er. The dove is pretty. The dove is prettier than the monkey.
  22. 22. ADJECTIVES WITH TWO OR MORE SYLLABLESUse more in front ofadjectives that have two ormore syllables, exceptadjectives that end with –y.Getting sleep is more important thanwatching a movie all night. Important
  23. 23. IRREGULAR COMPARATIVE FORMSThe comparative forms of good, bad, and far are irregular. ``````````````` Better, worse, farther Vegetables are better for you than junk food.
  24. 24. More ExamplesCities are bigger than towns.
  25. 25. Important Breathing ismore important than you understand.
  26. 26. Old Egypt isolder than Paris.
  27. 27. Tall A giraffe istaller than a horse.
  28. 28. KindA mother is kinder than a stranger.

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