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Transcript of Unit 3
- most (superlatives) expensive Extra! We can modify the comparison, by using much/far, a lot or a little / a bit. These words before the normal camparision. Ex: This film es much better than the book. Grammar 2) Most adverbs are formed by adjective +ly. If the adjective ends in le, we drop the e and add y. Ex: terrible-terribly. If the adjective ends in consonant +y, we change the y to i and add ly. Ex: easy- easily. 3) Some adverbs are irregular - they don't have an ly ending. Ex: good-well, fast- fast, hard-hard. Grammar 2) With longer adverbs, we use more (adverb) + than. 3) To compare the adverb well, we use better...than. To compare adverb far, we use further...than. Ex: Steve plays tennis better than me. The End.. We can use (not) as...as to compare things. Ex: Smyth isn't as fast as Bolt. Intensifiers (Not) as...as