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The following pattern is used to compare two: In(2): The last letter of the adjective (big) is doubled.doubled In(3): The last letter of the adjective.

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1 The following pattern is used to compare two: In(2): The last letter of the adjective (big) is doubled.doubled In(3): The last letter of the adjective (easy) is changed into (i) because it is preceded by a consonant. In(4): only (r) is added to the adjective (safe) because it ends with (e). In(5): Than is not used after the adj.+er because the object is not mentioned. 1- Fahd is taller than Naser. 2- He is bigger than me. 3- This question is easier than that. 4- Travelling by plane is safer than travelling by car. 5- Your handwriting is clear, but his is clearer. Subjest + be / linking verb + adj.+er + ( than + object) belinking verb (adjectives of one syllable) EXIT

2 The following pattern is used to compare two: Irregular Adjectives are good better the best bad worse the worst 1- Omar is better than Nassir. 2- He is worse than Omar. 3- What you say is better than what you do. 4- Your writing is good, but try to make it better. Subject + be / linking verb + better / worse + ( than + object)belinking verb EXIT

3 The following pattern is used to compare two: In (1) and (2):Than is used after the adjective because the object (Nasser/me) is mentioned. In (3):Than is not used after the adjective because the object is not mentioned. In (4): Less is used instead of more to express the contrast meaning. 1- Fahd is more polite than Naser. 2- He is more fluent than me. 3- Gothic script is beautiful, but Roman script is more common. 4- Gothic script is less common than Roman script. subject + be / linking verb + more/ less + adj. + ( than + object) belinking verb (adjectives of more than one syllable) EXIT

4 A- Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences. Decide if you should use er or est. The first two are examples. 1- Khaled is ____________ student in the class. 2- That car is ___________ the other one. 3- This exercise is ____________ the last one. 4- Which is _________ football team in Saudi Arabia. 5- One English script is _____________ the others. 6- A propeller plane is normally ______________ a jet plane. 7- This is ___________ winter weather for ten years. 8- Many people say that English is ______________ than Arabic to learn. 9- This summer is _____________ the last. 10- That shop sells _____________ soft drinks in town. EXITANSWER Grammar (tall) (safe) (easy) (good) (clear) (slow) (bad) (simple) (hot) (cold) A the tallest

5 A- Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences. Decide if you should use er or est, more or most.The first two are examples. 1- KFUPM is ____________ Umm Al- Qura. 2- Which English script is _____________________ of all? 3- King Saud University is _____________ in Saudi Arabia. 4- My father s English is ___________________ mine. 5- Joe was ____________________________ Pip s sister. 6- Who is _______________ person you know? 7- That restaurant makes __________ Kapsa in town. 8- People say that Arabic is _____________________ English to learn. 9- In the world in general, tea is ____________________ coffee. 10- Is learning grammar _______________________ learning new words? Grammar (old)older than (beautiful) (large) (fluent) (warm-hearted) (kind) (good) (difficult) (popular) (important) the most beautiful B ANSWEREXIT

6 A- 1- Khaled is ___________ student in the class. 2- That car is ___________ the other one. 3- This exercise is ____________ the last one. 4- Which is _________ football team in Saudi Arabia. 5- One English script is _____________ the others. 6- A propeller plane is normally ______________ a jet plane. 7- This is ___________ winter weather for ten years. 8- Many people say that English is ______________ than Arabic to learn. 9- This summer is _____________ the last. 10- That shop sells _____________ soft drinks in town. Grammar (tall)the tallest (safe) (easy) (good) (clear) (slow) (bad) (simple) (hot) (cold) safer than easier than the best clearer than slower than the worst simpler than hotter than the coldest EXIT A

7 A 1- KFUPM is ____________ Umm Al- Qura. 2- Which English script is ____________________ of all? 3- King Saud University is _____________ in Saudi Arabia. 4- My father s English is ___________________ mine. 5- Joe was ____________________________ Pip s sister. 6- Who is _______________ person you know? 7- That restaurant makes __________ Kapsa in town. 8- People say that Arabic is _____________________ English to learn. 9- In the world in general, tea is ____________________ coffee. 10- Is learning grammar _______________________ learning new words? Grammar (old)older than (beautiful) (large) (fluent) (warm-hearted) (kind) (good) (difficult) (popular) (important) the most beautiful the largest more fluent than more warm-hearted than the kindest the best more difficult than more popular than more important than EXIT B

8 Linking verbs, like be, may be followed by an adjective. Common linking verbs: feel, look, smell, sound, taste appear, seem become (and get, turn, grow when they mean become ) (a) The soup smells good. (LINKING VERB ) (ADJECTIVE) (b) This food tastes delicious. (c) The children feel happy. (d) The weather became cold. EXIT

9 If the first syllable of a two-syllable verb is stressed, do not double the consonant. If the second syllable of two syllable verb is stressed, double the consonant. TWO-SYLLABLE VERBS (e) visit visiting visited offer offering offered (F) prefer preferring preferred admit admitting admitted NO YES If the verb has on syllable and ends in one vowel + one consonant, double the consonant to make – ing or – ed form.* ONE-SYLLABLE VERBS (d) stop stopping stopped plan planning plannedYES One Vowel + One Consonant If the verb ends in two vowels + a consonant, just add – ing or – ed. (C) rain raining rained heat heating heatedNO Two Vowels + One Consonant If the verb ends in two consonants, just add – ing or – ed. (b) help helping helped learn learning learnedNO Two Consonants -ing form: Drop the – e, add – ing. -ed form: Just add – ed. (a) simle smiling smiled hope hoping hopedNO -e SIMPLE FORM -ING -ED DOUBLE THE COSONANT? END OF VERB

10 -ing form: Change -ie to -y and add -ing. -ed form: Just add -ed (i) die dying died tie tying tied -ie If the verb ends in a vowel + - y, keep the -y. Do not change it to -i. If the verb ends in a consonant + -y, keep the -ing form, but change the -y to -i to make the -ed form (g) play playing played enjoy enjoying enjoyed (h) worry worrying worried study studying studied NO -y SIMPLE FORM -ING -ED DOUBLE THE COSONANT? END OF VERB EXIT *Exceptions: Do not double w or x: snow, snowing, snowed fix, fixing, fixed

11 will have been he she it singular I You we they plural noun Future perfect will be Will be he she it singular I You we they plural noun Future had been he she it singular I You we they plural noun Past perfect was were I he she it singular noun You we they plural noun Past has been have been he she it singular I You we they plural noun Present perfect am is are I he she it singular noun You we they plural noun Present Forms of Verb SIMPLE FORM Subject EXIT


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