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Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives
Read and Compare bigger (the) biggest big
The cat is bigger than the mouse. I am big. I am small.
Beauty is taller than Tinker Bell. I am tall. I am short.
His rope is longer than her rope. Her rope is shorter than his rope.
The white cat is happy. The grey cat is happier than the white cat. The black and white cat is the happiest of all. happy happier (the ) happiest
Сравнивать предметы можно, употребляя прилагательные в сравнительной и превосходной степени. Если в слове один слог или два слога, которые окачиваются на -y, -ow, -er, то степени сравнения образуются при помощи суффиксов -er, -est. warm – warmer – (the) warmest short – shorter – (the) shortest long – longer – (the) longest nice – nicer – (the) nicest funny – funnier – (the) funniest hot – hotter – (the) hottest big – bigger – (the) biggest Look, Read and Remember
Match the sentences and the pictures. The plane is faster than the car. The bear is thicker than the pig. The red car is the smallest of all. The brown piano is bigger than the grey piano. B A C D 1 B, 2 D, 3 A, 4 C
Look, Read and Compare! 1 2 3 beautiful more beautiful the most beautiful
The first picture is more pleasant than the second picture. 1 2
The first book is more interesting than the second book. 1 2
Если прилагательные состоят из двух, трех и более слогов (interesting, beautiful, pleasant) (кроме тех случаев, когда слова заканчивается на -y, -ow, -er), они образуют сравнительную и превосходную степени при помощи слов more (более) и most (самый). interesting – more interesting- the most interesting beautiful – more beautiful – the most beautiful pleasant – more pleasant – the most pleasant Look, Read and Compare!
sweet, pleasant, cold, nice, interesting, warm, strong, sunny, happy, beautiful, sad, wonderful, tall, small, useful, dirty, clean. I. II. sweet, cold, nice, warm, pleasant, interesting, strong, sunny, happy, beautiful, wonderful, sad, tall, small, dirty, useful clean Put the words in two columns. I. -er/-est II. more/most
1. The horse is bigger/biggest than the dog. 2. The house is the higher/highest in the town. 3. Mary is beautiful/more beautiful than her sister. 4. Billy is stronger/strongest than his friend. 5. Sally is the happier/happiest girl in our school. 6. Apple Street is the longer/longest in the city. 7. It is a nice/ nicest town. Choose the right variant.
1. Vera Zvonareva is a good tennis player. 2. Dinara Safina is a better tennis player. 3. Elena Dementieva is the best tennis player. Read and try to translate some sentences. Dinara Elena Vera
Запомните, как образуются степени сравнения от прилагательных good, bad, many, much, little. good - better - (the) best bad - worse - (the) worst many - more - (the) most much - more - (the) most little - less - (the) least Look, Read and Remember!
1. Kate is a good pupil. Jane is a pupil. Sam is the best pupil in our class. 2. Ben is a bad footballer. Nick is a footballer. Mike is the footballer in our club. 3. Ben is a good doctor. Nick is a doctor. Sam is the doctor in our town. Complete the sentences. better best worse worst better best