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Comparatives and Superlatives

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on 13 November 2014

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Transcript of Comparatives and Superlatives

Adjectives ending in y
pretty
Long adjectives
more than 2 syllables
Examples
My computer is more modern than yours.
Be careful with the irregulars
Good - bad - far
The Key to comparatives
er- more
when they are the same
As
Comparatives and Superlatives
When we use the comparative we want to compare two things
the same thing
Only two things
Words with 1 syllable
tall
Adjective
She is taller than her brother.
than is very important
Remember to double the last letter
She is bigger than me
big
busy
funny
change the y
to
i and
er
She is busier than me.
My sister is prettier than my mom.
My dad is funnier than my grandfather.
intelligent
beautiful
She is more beautiful than her sister.
We are more intelligent then them
As
the adjective is always the same
Big-pretty-intelligent
Samantha is as Big as her sister.
The adjective doesn't change
This class is more interesting than math class.
She is more beautiful in person.
We are happier then before.
She is fatter than her mother.
good-better-best
adjective
comparative
superlative
bad-worse-worst
Far-Farther-farthest
futher-furthest
Comparatives
A vs. B
Superlative
A vs. All
Ana is smarter than her sister.
Example
Ana is the smartest of them all.
Ana is the smartest
Superlative
est- most
it is the same
1 syllable
ending in Y
long adjectives
She is the smartest student
always use
the superlative
of them all.
Some strange examples
lively
livelier
that party was livelier
Sad
Sader
I was sader today
James is taller than Maddy
Maddy is tall, but James is taller
Hi, I'm Maddy
I am tall
yes, But I'm taller
This car is the lightest.
That supermarket is the nearest.
This roller coster is the fastest.
Add -est
Change the
Y
to an
I
Happy
Happiest
Silly
Silliest
lonely
Loneliest
the
the
the
Long adjectives
est
the most
She is the most interesting
My daughter is the most beautiful
The end
pero
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