expensive more expensive the most expensive GOOD and BAD good better the best bad worse the worst
1. difficult more difficult the most difficult 2. large larger the largest 3. flat flatter the flattest 4. famous more famous the most famous 5. sunny sunnier the sunniest 6. wet wetter the wettest 7. beautiful beutiful more beautiful 8. delicious more delicious the most delicious 9. dry drier the driest 10. good better the best
FORM: -verb „to be” + going to + infinitive of the main verb (without „to”) Example: She is going to see a movie. Negative: She isn’t going to see a movie. Questions: Is she going to see a movie? WE USE IT : -for future plans
1. I’ve booked the tickets. I am going to travel (travel) to Spain next month. 2. Look at those black clouds. It is going to rain (rain). 3. She is has a temperature. She is going to go (go) to the doctor’s. 4. Lucas isn’t going to speak (not/speak) to his girlfriend. 5. Are Mary and Jane going to go (go) to the dance?
FORM: -will + infinitive of the main verb (without „to”) Example: They will go to America. Negative: They won’t go to America. Questions: Will they go to America? WE USE IT: -for predicitions
1. She will eat (eat) an apple. 2. I think I will visit (visit) my granparents anext week. 3. They won’t go (not/go) to the party. 4. Will we watch the birds? 5. You won’t read (not/read) the book.
1. I think my mother will like this CD. (to like) 2. Paul's sister is going to have a baby. (to have) 3. In 2020 people will buy more cars. (to buy) 4. Look at the clouds! It is going to rain soon. (to rain) 5. I feel really tired. I think I will go to bed. (to go)
THE UNITED KINGDOM and LONDON, Future Tenses, Comparison of Ajdectives
Look at those black clouds. a) It will rain. b) It is going to rain. I’m bored. I think a) I will go to the cinema. b) I am going to go to the cinema. They bought the tickets yesterday. a) They will go to Spain next week. b) The are going to go to Spain next week.
2.Who is who? Kate is shorter than all the others. Mary is taller than Kate,but shorter than the others. Jane is thinner than Mary. Nick is taller than the girls, but shorter than Jack. Jack is the tallest boy. 1.________ 2.________ 3.________ 4.________ 5.________ 2. 1. 5. 4.4. 3.