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Comparatives and Superlatives Adjectives. Rosa Benavides Chávez. Comparative Adjectives. We form the comparative form by adding “ - er ” One syllable adjectives “ er ” Old --- old er cheap --- cheap er slow --- slow er Sean Connery is older then Alfonso Herrera.

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comparative adjectives

ComparativeAdjectives

We form the comparative form by adding “-er” One syllable adjectives “er ”

Old --- older cheap --- cheaperslow --- slower

Sean Connery is older then Alfonso Herrera

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ComparativeAdjectives
  • Two syllables adjectives ending in a consonant + “y” replace the “y” with “i + er”

Easy -- easierheavy -- heavier

The suitcase is heavier than the backpack

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ComparativeAdjectives

Adjectives of two or more syllables + more

Modern - moremodern

Expensive – more expensive

Tokyo is more modern and expensive than New York

superlative adjectives

SuperlativeAdjectives

We form the superlative form by adding “-est”

One syllable adjectives “the ........ est ”

cheap -- the cheapestslow -- the slowest

diamond gold silver

The silver ring is the cheapest

of all the rings

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SuperlativeAdjectives
  • One syllable adjectives ending in a vowel + a consonant double the consonant
  • big -- thebiggesthot -- thehottest

Venus Earth Mercury

Venus is the hottest planet

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SuperlativeAdjectives

Two syllables adjectives ending in a consonant + “y” replace the “y” with “i + est ”

Easy -- the easiest noisy-- thenoiest.

Pretty – the prettiest funny -- the funniest

teacher clown doctor

The clown is the funniest of all

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SuperlativeAdjectives

Adjectives of two or more syllables + the most ....

Beautiful - the mostbeautiful

Important – the most important

The roses are the most beautiful flowers

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