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  1. RABIA AKKIN CANAKKALE ONSEKIZ MARTUNIVERSITY ELT 1-B DAY 100102039

  2. HELP : it goestothefirstpage : it goestonextpage : it goestopreviouspage : it helpstofindunknownwords : it existthe slayt show NOTE: You can continuebyclickingthesigns. (İşaretleri tıklayarak devam edebilirsiniz.)

  3. COMPARATIVES SUPERLATIVES QUESTIONS AIMS

  4. DICTIONARY HIGH : Great; large; considerable. (yüksek, pahalı) CHEAP : Low in price. (ucuz) HOT : Verywarm. (sıcak) LONG : Measuring a greatdistancefromoneendtotheother. (uzun) SMALL : little in size. (küçük) DANGEROUS : Veryunsafe. (tehlikeli) NOISY: Making a loudnoise. (gürültülü) BIG : Large in size BAD : Not good. (kötü

  5. DICTIONARY INTERESTING : Itseemsunusualorexciting DIFFICULT : Hard. (zor) EXPENSIVE : Costing a greatdeal. (pahalı) COLD : Low in temperature. (soğuk, üşümüş) SHORT : not long. (kısa) DARK : Withoutlight. (karanlık) THIN : Not fat. (zayıf) FAT : Having a lot of fat on one’s body. (şişman) PRETTY : Pleasingorattractıve. (sevimli)

  6. DICTIONARY DELICIOUS : Highlypleasingtothetaste. (lezzetli) EXTRAORDINARY : Unusual. (olağaüstü) HAPPY : Having a feeling of pleasure. (mutlu) FUNNY : Makingonelaugh. (komik) GOOD : Well- behaved. (iyi) UGLY : Unpleasanttolook at. ( çirkin) TALL : Higherthan normal. (uzun) CROWDED : Having a lot of people. (kalabalık)

  7. COMPARATIVES • Weusethecomparative form toshowthedifferencebetweentwoobjects. • Forexample; • This is a smallbox. This is a bigbox. • Inthiscase, it is usedadjective + er ormore + adjectivetocompare.

  8. Iftheadjective has onesyllable, it addsonly – er : Example: HighHigh+ er CheapCheap+ er Hot Hot +t+ er Ayşe is tallerthan Ahmet.

  9. RiverNile is longerthanRiver Amazon. River Amazon (6.516 km.) RiverNile (6.695 km.)

  10. COMPARATIVES • Weusethecomparative form toshowthedifferencebetweentwoobjects. • Forexample; • This is a smallbox. This is abigbox. • Inthiscase, it is usedadjective + er ormore + adjectivetocompare.

  11. Twosyllableadjectivesending in ‘-y’ : Example: UglyUgl +i +er PrettyPrett+ i+ er Myfamily is happierthanyourfamily. Ahmet’s toy is prettierthan Mehmet’s toy.

  12. Ifadjective has two, threeormoresyllable, it places 'more' beforetheadjective Example: Interestingmoreinteresting Difficultmoredifficult Bill’ s car is morethanexpensivethan John’ s car. John’s car Bill’s car

  13. Comparativesend. Pleaseclicktomainmenubuttontopassanothertopic!

  14. SUPERLATIVE • Weusethesuperlative form whenspeakingaboutthreeormoreobjectstoshowwhichobject is 'themost' of something. • If it has onesyllable, It is placed 'the' beforetheadjectiveandadd '-est' toend a of theadjective. • Example: • ColdtheCold+ est • ShorttheShort+ est • DarktheDark+ est

  15. Iftheadjective has two, threeormoresyllable, adjectivesplace 'themost' beforetheadjective. • Example: • DeliciousThemostdelicious • ExtraordinaryThemostextraordinary • A B • A is themostcrowded car. C

  16. IfadjectivesTwoSyllableAdjectivesEnding in '-y' , it places 'the' beforetheadjectiveandremovethe 'y' fromtheadjectiveandadd 'iest' . Example: Happythehappiest Funnythefunniest Ayşe is thehappiestchild. Ayşe, Melek, Ahmet

  17. IMPORTANT EXCEPTIONS • Therearesomeimportantexceptionstotheserules. Here aretwo of themostimportantexceptions: • Good: • good - adjective • better - comparative • thebest– superlative • ExampleSentences : • Thisbook is betterthanthatone. This is thebestschool in thecity. • Bad: • bad - adjective • worse - comparative • theworst - superlative

  18. Pleaseclicktomainmenubuttontopassthequestions !

  19. QUESTIONS - Part A- 1=) Describethispicture. A- Kereviz is tallerthanPırasa. B-)Pırasa is tallerthanKereviz. C-)Kereviz is thetallest. D-)Pırasa is theshortest. KEREVİZ PIRASA

  20. 2=) Describethepictures A-) Suzy is thethinnest. B-)Betty is thinnerthanSuzy. C-)Suzy is thinnerthanBetty. D-)Betty is thethinnest. SUZY BETTY

  21. 3-) Describethepicture. A-)Nalan fatterthan Nuriye. B-)Nuriye is slimmerthan Nalan. C-)Nalan is thefattest. D)Nuriye is fatterthan Nalan. Nalan Nuriye

  22. – Part B – Choosethecorrectanswer. 1-) MyEnglish is _________ thanmyFrench. A-) betterB-) moregood 2-) It's in Italy ________ than in Scotland. A-) hoterB-) hotter 3-) London is _______ than Oxford. A-)noisierB-)noisiyier 4-) Driving is ________ thanflying. A-) dangerousB-) moredangerous

  23. . 5-) Mydancing is ________ thanmysinging. A-) worseB-)badder 6-) Your car is _________ than mine. A-) expensiveB-) moreexpensive 7-) She is ___ ____ beautifulgirl in thisclass. A-)the/ mostB-)__ / more 8-) New York is _____excitingthan Seattle. A-) mostB-)more

  24. CORRECT  YOU CAN PASS THE ANOTHER QUESTION…

  25. FALSE PLEASE TRY AGAIN!

  26. AIMS • Todescribecomperatives • Todescribesuperlative • Toteachcomperativesandsuperlativestostudents • Togivesomeexamples

  27. GOOD BYE