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2. GRAMMAR:


Superlatives:



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The rules for making the superlatives are the same as for comparatives but adding -est instead of -er, or using the ... most instead of more.

Typical mistake: the more expensive city in Europe (instead of the most expensive city in Europe).
Typical mistake: be careful with the use of ever (and not never, don't confuse this with your use of Spanish), e.g. The most beautiful city I've ever been to (and not The most beautiful city I've never been to).

ADJECTIVES
/ ADVERBS
COMPARATIVE
SUPERLATIVE
big
bigger
the biggest
cheap
cheaper
the cheapest
dirty
dirtier
the dirtiest
dry
drier
the driest
fast
faster
the fastest
hard
harder
the hardest
high
higher
the highest
hot
hotter
the hottest
long
longer
the longest
nice
nicer
the nicest
old
older
the oldest
quiet
quieter
the quietest
sad
sadder
the saddest
safe
safer
the safest
strange
stranger
the strangest
short
shorter
the shortest
thin
thinner
the thinnest
tough
tougher
the toughest
wet
wetter
the wettest






busy
busier
the busiest
early
earlier
the earliest
easy
easier
the easiest
friendly
friendlier
the friendliest
healthy
healthier
the healthiest
hungry
hungrier
the hungriest
pretty
prettier
the prettiest
sunny
sunnier
the sunniest






bad
worse
the worst
far
further
the furthest
good
better
the best






boring
more boring
the most boring
exciting
more exciting
the most exciting
interesting
more interesting
the most interesting
relaxing
more relaxing
the most relaxing
tiring
more tiring
the most tiring






comfortable
more comfortable
the most comfortable
common
more common
the most common
dangerous
more dangerous
the most dangerous
difficult
more difficult
the most difficult
expensive
more expensive
the most expensive
generous
more generous
the most genereous
popular
more popular
the most popular
romantic
more romantic
the most romantic
stressful
more stressful
the most stressful
unusual
more unusual
the most unusual






Continue with the list:



SONG: The Superlative Song

GAME!!! COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES - BASKETBALL GAME
Click on "play" then on "2pt" or "3pt" and finally choose the right answer.

GAME!!! CATCH THE SUPERLATIVES - GAME
Catch the superlatives.

Activities on-line:
· Adjectives or Adverbs? 1
· Adjectives or Adverbs? 2
· Form adverbs from adjectives
· Comparatives as ... as
· Comparative and Superlatives 1
· Comparative and Superlatives 2
· Comparative and Superlatives 3
· Comparative and Superlatives 4
· Comparative and Superlatives 5
· Comparative and Superlatives 6
· Comparative and Superlatives 7
· Comparative and Superlatives 8
· Comparative and Superlatives 9
· Comparative and Superlatives 10
· Comparative and Superlatives 11
· Comparative and Superlatives 12 (adverbs)




3. VOCABULARY:


Opposite words


Prefixes:
un- is the most common negative prefix.
im- is only used before some adjectives beginning with m, p.
in-, ir- and il- are also negative prefixes, e.g. incorrect, irregular, illegal.


Adjectives (OPPOSITES & COMPARISONS)


GAME!!! Click on this link to play the game: OPPOSITE WORDS - GAME
1. Listen to the list of opposite words.
2. Click on the words and match them with their opposites.
3. Listen to a new list of opposite words.
4. Click on the words and match them with their opposites.
5. Continue.

SESAME STREET: Ernie & Bert - Opposites.


SONG: Opposite attract (Paula Abdul)


Official Video


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