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4A © Educational Publishing House Ltd The most Unit 4 At the food court
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd The most We use the most to compare three of more people or things.
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd beautiful interesting the most beautiful the most interesting We add ‘the most’ before adjectives with more than two syllables, e.g. beau-ti-ful, to compare three or more people or things.
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Some adjectives have irregular comparative forms. good bad best worst
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 1 Pizza is delicious. Ice cream is more delicious. Tiramisu is the most delicious.
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 2 Reading is interesting. Playing football is more interesting. Playing computer games is the most interesting.
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Example 4 $65$100$150 Mrs Mo’s outfit is the most expensive. expensive
Children, now it’s your turn. 4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 1 Milk is delicious. Orange juice is more delicious. Apple juice is the most delicious.
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 2 Dancing is interesting. Playing chess is more interesting. Watching TV is the most interesting.
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 3 Picture A is beautiful. Picture B is more beautiful. Picture C is the most beautiful. Picture A Picture B Picture C ______________________
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Question 4 The toy car is the most expensive. $50 $65 $80 expensive _______________________________
4A Unit 4 © Educational Publishing House Ltd Q5 The purple sofa is the most comfortable. comfortable _________________________________
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-ing nouns Unit 1 New friends.
4A Would like Unit 4 At the food court © Educational Publishing House Ltd.
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