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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My new apartment is colder
bigger than my old apartment.
A. That’s right. But my new rug is softer.
Write your own sentences using these words down below. Make sure you use comparatives.
Side by Side
Should She study
She should study.
B. Bicycles are safer than motorcycles.
B. Used car is cheaper than a new car.
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
Should we hire Mr. Hall or Mr. Johnson?
I think ____________________________
Side by Side:
This dog is much friendlier than hers.
More ____________ than
As _________ as
Not as _______as
Good - better
Side by Side:
Page 46 Brownsville
Answer these questions. Make sure you write sentences using
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?