What are they?. Comparative adjectives let you compare one thing to another. John is taller than Jim. . Two Methods. Some adjectives add -erJohn is stronger than Jim. . Some adjectives use moreESL is more interesting than sports. . With some adjectives, you can do both! . Practice with Comparative.
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1. Comparative Adjectives
3. Two Methods Some adjectives add -er
John is stronger than Jim. Some adjectives use more
ESL is more interesting than sports.
4. Practice with Comparative Jim/John/strong
Homework/talking on the phone/interesting
5. The Superlative! The superlative shows that something is the most.
Juan is the strongest guy in the class.
6. Two Methods….again Some adjectives add
John is the strongest. Some adjectives use most
ESL is the most interesting class.
7. Practice with Superlatives The oldest person in my family
The youngest person in my family
The friendliest person in my family
The most beautiful person in my family.
The most intelligent person in my family.
The most talkative person in my family
The funniest person in my family
The nicest person in my family
The meanest person in my family
The stupidest person in my family
8. The Other Direction Less and Least
I am less happy than my brother.
I am the least fortunate person in my family.
9. Two Important Exceptions Good