Comparative and Superlative Degrees of Adjectives + Exercise

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Published on February 27, 2014

Author: alinaemma



The Presentation covers comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives, it includes some irregular comparative and superlative forms and discusses the difference between the comparative and superlative degrees. It also features sentence patterns and a short practice exercise.

Comparative Degrees of Adjectives

Irregular Comparative and Superlative Forms Adjective Comparative Superlative Good, well Better Best Bad Worse Worst Many, much More Most Little Less Least

 Is your country WARMER than it used to be? Your country in the past Your country today Two things and we are comparing them! 1. 2. • 1. 2. Do you think living by the coast is HEALTHIER thank living in the city? Living by the coast. Living in the city.

 What is THE MOST BEAUTIFUL building in your city? Only one building!  What’s THE FARTHEST away from the home you have ever been to? Only one place! • What is THE MOST POLLUTED city in the world? Only one city, we are not comparing anything!

 1. The population of Moscow is ____ (big) than        the population of Bogota. 2. It has been _____ (hot) summer in 50 years. 3. Everybody is working _____ (long) hours than before. 4. In the summer the days get _____ (long). 5. It has been _____ (long) journey of my life! 6. Yesterday I felt sick, but today I am much _____ (good). 7. It is _____ (funny) program I have ever watched. 8. The exam was ____ (difficult) than they students expected.

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