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Differences

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Transcript of Differences

By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
Compare people, animals or things

Talk about your preferences

Use adjectives to describe people and things

Comparatives
Example:
A Ferrari is fast
er

than
a Toyota.
A Ferrari is
more fast
than Toyota. (INCORRECT)
Shakira is
more beautiful than
Gordo Max.
Comparison activity
Pair up and discuss with your classmates
Compare the following companies or things
Explain why ...
Superlatives
"Hulk is

the

strong
est
superhero of the avengers."
Long adjective
"
Albert Einstein was

the most
intelligent

human bein
g."
Short adjectives:
Form:
The
..adjective+
est
Form:
The most
+ adjective
TV Commercial
Make groups of 3 or 4 students, then select a company and make a commercial explaining why that company is better than the competitors.
Example :
Welcome everyone! today we are going to tell you why PEPSI is better than other sodas. First of all, they are
more affordable
than other brands....etc
Example: use
Cheap, expensive, modern, big etc.
Comparatives and superlatives
1.

My problem is _______ than yours
.
a.bigger
b.biggest
c.more big
2. If you look _______ you can see the ocean from here.
a. more closest
b. closer
c. very closer
3.

Ferrari is _______ car in the world
.
a. most fast
b. fastest
c. the fastest
4.

My coach is _______ I know.
a. sexiest
b. more sexy
c. the sexiest
5.

E4CC is ________ than open english.
a. better
b. the better
c. gooder
Mental Training
Practice your mental training with your coach and repeat with confidence
Watch video #4
"I learn from my mistakes"

"I am super good at English"

"I have excellent grammar"
Fluency diet review
Pair up and answer the questions below. Then, your coach will select some students to go to the front
How do you make a ______?

Tell me about a _____ moment in your life.

What are you plans for ______?
Grammar review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention
"will"
"going to"
Grammar Test
Solve the following test on your notebook.
1. Bob _____ go to school.
a) is going to
b) going
c) it is going

2. I _____ to play Baseball.
a) will go
b) won't
c) can't will

3. ______ go to church?
a) Will he
b) Will can we
c) Will I am

4. Is she _______ play?
a) going to
b) will

Choose the word
Find the mistake
1. Will she goes to the park?

2. He Is not don't to play soccer.

3. He wills get a new car.

4. Is she goings to eat?

5. I will to buy a new car.

6. I am go to the party.
Wrap up
Your coach will select 1 or 2 students to go to the front and they will do a recap
Explain what happened during the class from the beginning till now.
Comparative and Superlative
Superlatives
are used when there are three or more things which are being compared.

Differences
Comparatives
are a type of adjectives used to tell the difference between two objects.

Read the following examples of comparatives and discuss with the class your answers
Read and understand the following rules
Read the following superlatives examples and discuss with the class your opinion
Practice Time
Pair up and tell your partner what you see in the pictures, using comparative and superlative Adjectives
Example:
The dinosaur is bigger than the gecko.
Example:
Who is the (Sexy) Sexiest in the class
?
Class Project
These are the categories:

Scary - Tall - Intelligent -Lazy - Responsible - Short-Smart - Strong.

Vote for someone in your class using comparatives and superlatives.

Your coach will pick someone to answer the following questions. You have 10 seconds to answer.
Important Exceptions
Read the following exceptions and then discuss with the class.
Example:
many -- more -- the most
1.
2.
3.
4.
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