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Comparatives and Superlatives of AdjectivesWrite the comparative and superlative forms of the Adjectives
For use by members of ESL Library in accordance with membership terms. Descriptive Form The descriptive form is used to describe one noun or pronoun. Remember that adjectives are placed either immediately before the noun or after a form of the verb to be. The excited travellers visited a beautiful park. The suntanned lifeguard protected the young swimmers.
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The similarity of certain grammar structures, such as conditional forms and linking language , lend themselves to teaching in larger chunks, rather than focusing on one form at a time. This is also true of the comparative and superlative forms. Introducing both the comparative and the superlative simultaneously students can begin speaking about a wide variety of subjects in a more natural form that makes more sense contextually. The correct use of the comparative and superlative forms is a key ingredient when students are learning how to express their opinion or make comparative judgments. The following lesson focuses on first building understanding of the structure - and of the similarity between the two forms - inductively, as most students are at least passively familiar with the forms. The second phase of the lesson focuses on using the comparative and superlative forms actively in a small group conversation. Aim: Learning the comparative and superlative.
And as there is not set rule for all adjectives, we must make sure students learn everything they need to know about comparatives and superlatives. Show your students an illustration of people of different heights, or ask three students to stand up. Introduce the comparative of one syllable adjectives: T: Juan is tall, but Mario is taller than Juan. Juan is shorter than Mario. Make sure students understand that for these adjectives the comparative is formed by adding -er. Students compare their heights. Point to the three students who are standing and introduce the superlative: T: Mario is taller than Juan, but Sam is taller than Mario.
Find the comparative and superlative adjectives and write them in the boxes. This is my family. I am taller than my brother and sister but my dad is the tallest. Fastest and most expensive are superlative forms. Study the table below: Comparative form. Superlative form words with one syllable.
Interactive Version - This free comparatives and superlatives interactive lesson helps to teach your students how to make comparative and superlative adjectives and sentences. Interactive Version - In this comparatives and superlatives interactive worksheet, students complete an exercise where they write comparative and superlative sentences about various things. Interactive Version - In this comparatives and superlatives interactive breakout room activity, groups of students conduct a survey and then write comparative and superlative statements about their findings. Interactive Version - In this free comparative and superlative breakout room activity, students use comparative and superlative adjectives to complete questions and then predict a partner's responses. Interactive Version - In this comparative and superlative breakout room activity, students complete an interactive questionnaire about their preferences and then talk about them with a partner using comparatives and superlatives. Interactive Version - In this interactive comparatives and superlatives PDF worksheet, students review comparative and superlative structures by comparing information about four dog breeds. Past Simple vs.
Complete the sentences. Adjectives and Adverbs Make comparisons.
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