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 COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES.  SIMPLE PAST  COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.  QUANTIFIERS.

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2  COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES.  SIMPLE PAST  COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.  QUANTIFIERS.

3 COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES  When the adjectives have more than 2 or 3 syllables, MORE is preceded by the adjective.  For example:  Beautifulmore beautiful  Intelligentmore intelligent  Colorfulmore colorful  Interestingmore interesting  Examples:  Juan is more intelligent than Carlos.  My T-shirt is more colorful than your T-shirt.  Math is more interesting than Language.

4 SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES  When the adjectives have more than 2 or 3 syllables, THE MOST is preceded by the adjective.  For example:  Beautifulthe most beautiful  Intelligentthe most intelligent  Colorfulthe most colorful  Interestingthe most interesting  Examples:  Juan is the most intelligent in 4th grade.  My T-shirt is the most colorful in the class.  Math is the most interesting subject in the school.

5 COMPLETE THE CHART ADJECTIVESCOMPARATIVESUPERLATIVE BEAUTIFUL INTERESTING COLORFUL EXPENSIVE UNUSUAL EXCITING INTELLIGENT

6 COMPLETE THE SENTENCES:  Birds with beautiful songs are_____________ of all. (expensive) (expensive)  Manuel is ________________ in the school. (intelligent) (intelligent)  The silver jewerly is_____________ than the beaded jewerly. (beautiful)  English is _________________ than French. (interesting) (interesting)  Pablo’s tie is_______________than Germa’s (colorful) (colorful)  Swimming is ______________ sport. (exciting) (exciting)

7 SIMPLE PAST  TO TALK ABOUT PAST WE USE THE REGULAR AND IRREGULAR VERBS, FOLLOW THIS GRAMMAR STRUCTURE: SUBJECT + VERB IN PAST + COMPLEMENT. (REGULAR OR IRREGULAR) EXAMPLES: MICHAEL WENT TO THE MOVIES YESTERDAY. HENRY ATE A DELICIOUS CAKE. YEZER DRANK A GLASS OF WATER. EILEEN BOUGHT A NEW CAR. CECILIA WROTE A LETTER TO SHANTALL.

8 NEGATIVE SENTENCES:  WE FORM NEGATIVE SENTENCES IN PAST USING DIDN’T + VERBS (BASE FORM), FOLLOW THIS GRAMMAR STRUCTURE: SUBJECT + DIDN’T + VERB BASE FORM + COMPLEMENT. EXAMPLES: MICHAEL DIDN’T GO TO THE MOVIES YESTERDAY. HENRY DIDN’T MAKE A DELICIOUS CAKE. YEZER DIDN’T DRINK A GLASS OF WATER. EILEEN DIDN’T BUY A NEW CAR. CECILIA DIDN’T WRITE A LETTER TO SHANTALL.

9 GIVE ME THE PAST OF THESE VERBS:  DO=_________________  WASH=_________________  BUY=_________________  RIDE=_________________  PLAY=_________________  RIDE=_________________  WATCH=_________________  GET =_________________  WRITE=_________________  READ=_________________  SEND=_________________  STUDY=_________________  RUN=_________________  HAVE=_________________

10 CHANGE TO PAST:  MICHAEL STUDIES FRENCH AND ENGLISH.  SUSAN PLAYS VOLLEYBALL.  XIMENA DOES HER HOMEWORK.  PAUL GOES TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.  EVA CLEANS HER HOUSE.  THEY RIDE THEIR BIKES.  SHIRLEY DRINKS A GLASS OF WATER.  HELLEN EATS A DELICIOUS CAKE.

11 CHANGE THESE SENTENCES TO NEGATIVE:  RAÚL WENT TO THE STADIUM YESTERDAY.  CLAUDIO STUDIED MATH AND ENGLISH.  ELDEST DID HIS HOMEWORK.  MANUEL WATCHED HORROR FILMS LAST NIGHT.  I DROVE MY NEW CAR LAST MONTH.  YOU WROTE A LETTER TO ME.  PABLO CLEANED HIS BEDROOM LAST WEEK.

12 COUNTABLE – UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS  COUNTABLE NOUNS: ARE NOUNS THAT WE CAN COUNT. COUNTABLE NOUNS HAVE PLURAL IN “S” OR AN IRREGULAR PLURAL. EXAMPLES:  LEMONS  APPLES  BANANAS  CARROTS  TOMATOES  ORANGES  POTATOES

13 COUNTABLE – UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS.  UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS: ARE NOUNS THAT WE CAN’T COUNT. UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS ARE CALLED MASS NOUNS. EXAMPLES:  BUTTER  OIL  WATER  SUGAR  SALT  VINEGAR  MILK  COFFEE

14 TELL ME IF THESE NOUNS ARE COUNTABLES OR UNCOUNTABLES:  SUGAR =________PEAR=________  WATER=_________APPLE=_______  SALT=___________PEPPER=_______  ORANGES=_______OIL=___________  JUICE=___________SODA=_________  CHEESE=_________MELON=________

15 QUANTIFIERS  WE USE THEM TO EXPRESS QUANTITIES. SOME OF THEM ARE: MUCH, MANY, A FEW, A LITTLE, A LOT OF, LOTS OF, PLENTY OF…..

16 MUCH AND MANY MUCH IS USED FOR UNCOUNTABLES AND MANY IS USED FOR COUNTABLES. THEY ARE USED MAINLY IN QUESTIONS AND NEGATIVES. EXAMPLES:  HOW MUCH MONEY HAVE WE GOT?  THERE ISN’T MUCH WATER HERE.  HOW MANY CHAIRS ARE THERE?  THERE AREN’T MANY CUSHIONS.  I DON’T GET MUCH HELP FROM MY SECRETARY.  THERE AREN’T MANY PEOPLE IN MY OFFICE.

17 A LITTLE / A FEW A LITTLE USED FOR UNCOUNTABLES AND A FEW IS USED FOR COUNTABLES. EXAMPLES:  WE NEED A LITTLE BUTTER.  WE NEED A FEW APPLES.  SHE WANTS A FEW LEMONS TO MAKE A LEMONADE.  HE WANTS A LITTLE WATER TO DRINK.

18 COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH MUCH OR MANY:  THERE AREN’T ________ APPLES IN THE BASKET.  THERE ISN’T _________ SUGAR IN THE BOWL.  I DON’T NEED _______ CHEESE FOR MY PIZZA.  SHE DOESN’T NEED ______ TOMATOES FOR THE SPAGHETTI.  THEY DON’T NEED ______ SALT FOR THEIR MEALS.  WE DON’T WANT ______ WATER.  THERE AREN’T _______ ORANGES ON THE TABLE.

19 COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH: A FEW OR A LITTLE  MY MOTHET WANTS ___________ CARROTS TO MAKE SALAD.  HELLEN NEEDS ____________ LEMON JUICE TO MAKE A LEMONADE.  PETER HAS _______________ ORANGES FOR HIS JUICE.  THERE ARE _____________APPLES IN THE FRIDGE.  CAN I HAVE ____________ SUGAR ON MY CEREAL?  LET’S TAKE ____________ BANANAS WITH US.

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