# Adjectives. Degrees of Comparison. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija.

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Adjectives. Degrees of Comparison. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija

There are three forms of comparison: D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija PositiveComparativeSuperlative dark tall useful darker taller more useful darkest tallest most useful Exercise Use

We use the comparative form to compare two people, things, places, etc. We usually use than with comparative adjectives. We use the superlative form to compare more than two people, things, places, etc. We use the... of/ in with superlative adjectives. We can also use (not) as + adjective + as to compare two places, things, people, etc. We use much + comparative degree. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija BackExercise

In this exercise you have to put the adjective into the correct form. Stratford-upon-Avon isn‘t as ___(noisy) as LA. The Great Pyramid of Cheops is ___ (old) of all. Stratford is much ___ (quiet) than LA. The Parthenon is ___ (old) than the Colosseum. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija the noisiest noisy noisier the oldestolder old quiet the quietest quieter old olderthe oldest Use Help Back

Stratford-upon-Avon isn‘t as noisy as LA. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija Exercise

The Great Pyramid of Cheops is the oldest of all. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija Exercise

Stratford is much quieter than LA. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija Exercise

The Parthenon is older than the Colosseum. D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija Exercise

Think it over! D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija Exercise

Grammar: Making Comparisons adjectivecomparativesuperlative one-syllable adjectives cheap large big cheaper larger bigger the cheapest the largest the biggest -y adjectivesnoisynoisierthe noisiest adjectives with two or more syllables expensivemore expensivethe most expensive irregular adjectivesgood bad much many little better worst more less the best the worst the most the least D. Matulienė, Kėdainių "Atžalyno" gimnazija > Exercise