Comparative and Superlative Adjectives. With Great Appreciation to my Grammar Three Students. Basic Adjectives. The most common adjectives in English. When we practice spelling the words correctly, our language improves (pronunciation and remembering the meanings).
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With Great Appreciation to my Grammar Three Students
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To start and stop
Example: Benji likes to sit on the black chair.
To compare things and groups of things.
Nasser is the smartest student in the class.
Adjectives make your writing more interesting! Adjectives help the nouns come to life.
Example: Ali is taller than his brother.
Example: Ahmed is more intelligent than his sister.
Rashid is younger than Mohammad Abdulla.
Gold is more precious than silver.
Diamonds are more valuable than rubies.
Water is the most important resource in the world.
Note: We still must have a verb and (this must be included) ‘in the….’
Get that pencil and work on these Superlative adjectives, listen carefully. Stop the recording if you need more time.
Salim is as tall as Ahmed.
What are all the moving parts?
Your Turn! Write your own sentence using:
Mohsin /car/ is / fast / Hamad / car.
Mohsin and Hamad will be adjectives (telling us whose car it is) so add ‘s
Mohsin’s car is not as fast as Ahmed’s car.
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