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3 An adjective is a word which describes something. Degrees of adjectives: Comparative degree -er /more than Superlative degree -est/most

4 T he adjectives that are formed by two ways are these: farther-farthest Far further- furthest nearest Near - nearer next

5 later-latest Late latter- last older -oldest Old elder - eldest

6 Farther means distance but further means both distance and time and is translated as “sonra,daha, ə lav ə ”. Ex: Don’t go farther/ further. Let’s speak about our further (farther) plans. Farthest, furthest also means distance and is translated as “ ə n uzaq”. Ex: The farthest/furthest distance I have run is ten miles.

7  While nearest indicates distance, next indicates line. Nearest is translated as “ ə n yax ı n”, next is translated as “o biri, g ə l ə n”. Ex: It is the nearest way to our village. The next year he could enter the institute.

8  Older notifies time, age and is translated as “yaşlı, köhnə.” Elder is used to show older person among the members of the family. It is translated as “böyük”. Elder is never used with the conjunction “than”. Ex: I am older than my friend. My elder brother lives in London. He is elder than me.  Oldest is translated as “ən qoca”, eldest is translated as “ən böyük,qocaman”. Ex : This man is the oldest inhabitant of our village. She is the eldest child of the family.

9  Later notifies time and is translated with the suffixes “-dan,dən” and the word “gec”. Ex: It was later than I expected  Latter notifies line and is translated as “ikinci, ikincisindən axırıncı”. Ex:Fuad and Ramil are teachers. The latter works at the university.  Latest notifies time and is translated as “sonuncu, axırıncı”. Ex: This is the latest letter I got from him.  Last notifies line and is translated as “sonuncu, axırıncı,keçən”.  Ex:The 31 st December is the last day of the year.

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12 Susanna’s home

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22 Shakespeare and his seven brothers and sisters were born in this house. As a boy Shakespeare watched father’s workshop and his father work there. Visitors can see the room where Shakespeare was born. There is an interesting exhibition on his life and times, as well as a traditional English garden and a shop.

23 This world-famous thatched cottage was the house of Shakespeare’s wife, Anna Hathaway. Anna’s family lived there before their marriage in Cottage and garden remained in the Hathaway family until the 19 th century.

24 It was Thomas Nash’s house. He was the first husband of Shakespeare’s grand-daughter, Elizabeth Hall. Adjoining Nash’s house is New Place Garden. Shakespeare bought the site of the house in It was Shakespeare’s last house in Stratford. He died in that house in 1616.The house is in the heart of the town and it is one of the largest houses in the town. There are a lot of gardens in the area. You can see there the kind of furniture, paintings and exhibition of medicine herbs that add beauty to the rooms and those of his next door neighbour, William Shakespeare.

25 This is the family home of Shakespeare’s eldest daughter Susanna and her husband, the physician Dr. John Hall. It is the greatest among the Shakespeare’s houses. There is a beautiful garden with ancient mulberry tree and a lot of herbal plants.

26 The house is situated in the countryside of the legendary forest of Arden. It’s the farmhouse home of Shakespeare’s mother. They built Mary Arden’s house in 1514 and it remained a working farm until 1960-s. it is the Shakespeare countryside museum now.

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29 Shakespeare and his five brothers were born in Stratford- upon – Avon. New Place Garden was the last house of Shakespeare. Mary Arden’s house was built in The world- famous thatched cottage was the house of Shakespeare’s wife, Mary Arden. Thomas Nash was the husband of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna. Mary Arden’s house is the Shakespeare’s Countryside museum now.      

30 Shakespeare and his five brothers were born in Stratford- upon – Avon. New Place Garden was the last house of Shakespeare. Mary Arden’s house was built in The world- famous thatched cottage was the house of Shakespeare’s wife, Mary Arden. Thomas Nash was the husband of Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna. Mary Arden’s house is the Shakespeare’s Countryside museum now.   

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32 Complete the sentence using the words from the box. 1.They built a new school in a big __________. 2.A _________ is a room in a private house for sitting in. 3.My grandparents live in a __________ in the village. 4.I heard we could hear music in the __________ room. 5.In the village there are a lot of ________cottages. 6.The _________ was very fine with fresh air, pure water. Parlour, countryside, adjoining, site, thatched, cottage.

33 1.They built a new school in a big. 2.A is a room in a private house for sitting in. 3.My grandparents live in a in the village. 4.I heard we could hear music in the room. 5.In the village there are a lot of cottages. 6.The was very fine with fresh air, pure water. site parlour cottage adjoining thatched countryside

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35 Write the adjectives in correct form. 1.Jane is (older/the oldest) of the three girls. 2.Men can walk (farther/further) than women. 3.It is the (last/latest) news that I got 4.My (older/elder) sister is a teacher. 5.How can I get (the next/the nearest) post- office? 6.(Further/Farther) discussion is unnecessary.

36 1.Jane is the of the three girls. 2.Men can walk than women. 3.It is the news that I got. 4.My sister is a teacher. 5.How can I get the post- office? 6. discussion is unnecessary. oldest farther latest elder nearest Further

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