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Chapter 5. Comparatives Should Possessive Pronouns. Vocabulary Preview. Describing Cute 8. Intelligent/smart Delicious 9. lazy Exciting 10. light Fashionable 11. polite Friendly 12. powerful Hospitable 13. soft Hot/Spicy 14. Talented 15. Talkative. Comparatives.

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chapter 5

Chapter 5

Comparatives

Should

Possessive Pronouns

vocabulary preview
Vocabulary Preview

Describing

  • Cute 8. Intelligent/smart
  • Delicious 9. lazy
  • Exciting 10. light
  • Fashionable 11. polite
  • Friendly 12. powerful
  • Hospitable 13. soft
  • Hot/Spicy 14. Talented

15. Talkative

comparatives
Comparatives
  • cold-er is colder than
  • more comfortable is more comfortable than

Example:

My new apartment is colder

larger

bigger than my old apartment.

prettier

more comfortable

more attractive

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Page 40
  • rug

soft

  • I think you’ll like my new rug.
  • But I liked your old rug. It was soft.

A. That’s right. But my new rug is softer.

closure
Closure

Write your own sentences using these words down below. Make sure you use comparatives.

  • friend

nice

  • pizza

delicious

review comparatives
Review: Comparatives
  • Soft –
  • Small-
  • Comfortable –
  • Intelligent –
  • Fast –
  • Fancy –
  • Pretty –
  • Interesting –

softer

smaller

more comfortable

more intelligent

faster

fancier

prettier

more interesting

in class
In class:

Side by Side

  • Page 40 #1-12
  • Page 41 #1-12

Due Wednesday!

vocabulary preview1
Vocabulary Preview
  • Modern
  • Polite
  • Reliable
  • Sympathetic
  • Talented
  • convenient
comparatives should
Comparatives: Should

I

He

Should She study

it

we

you

they

comparatives should1
Comparatives: Should

I

He

She should study.

It

We

You

They

bicycles are safer than motorcycles page 42
Bicycles Are Safer Than Motorcycles page 42
  • Should I buy a bicycle or a motorcycle?
  • I think you should buy a bicycle.

A. Why?

B. Bicycles are safer than motorcycles.

bicycles are safer than motorcycles page 421
Bicycles Are Safer Than Motorcycles page 42
  • Should I buy a used car or a new car?
  • Should I buy a used car or a new car?
  • I think you should buy a used car.

A. Why?

B. Used car is cheaper than a new car.

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Closure

Patty Pam

Interesting intelligent

Should he go out with Patty or Pam?

I think he should go out with Pam

Because she is more intelligent than Patty.

Mr. Hall Mr. Johnson

Nice capable

Should we hire Mr. Hall or Mr. Johnson?

I think ____________________________

Because ___________________________

in class1
In class:

Side by Side:

  • Pages 42-43 #1-16
possessive pronouns
Possessive Pronouns
  • Mine
  • His
  • Hers
  • Ours
  • Yours
  • Theirs
possessive pronouns1
Possessive Pronouns

mine.

his.

This dog is much friendlier than hers.

ours.

yours.

theirs.

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______________ -er than

More ____________ than

As _________ as

Not as _______as

Good - better

  • She is smarter than you.
  • She is more intelligent than you.
  • My book is not as interesting as hers.
  • The weather in Tucson is better than the weather in New York.
don t be ridiculous page 45
Don’t Be Ridiculous! Page 45
  • my apartment clean

your apartment

  • You know, my apartment isn’t as clean as your apartment.
  • Don’t be ridiculous! Yours is much cleaner than mine.
closure2
Closure
  • What is Comparatives?
  • Give me 2 sentences using comparatives.
in class2
In class:

Side by Side:

  • Page 44 Read and answer “What’s the Word? #1-9
  • Page 45 #1-9
reading
Reading

Page 46 Brownsville

Answer these questions. Make sure you write sentences using

comparatives.

1.) What happened to Brownsville?

2.) Taylor family moved to Newport last year. What

does Newport looks like?

3.) Why is the Taylor family happier in Brownsville?

wip 10 minutes
WIP – 10 minutes
  • In your WIP, compare any two places you know.
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