2 Adjectives accompany nouns and give you information about people, animals or things. EX: The red car.The big house.The cat is black.Red, big and black are adjectives.
3 Comparatives We use the comparatives to talk about two things. The first tower is taller thanthe second tower.
4 Comparatives of 1 syllable adjectives add ER to the adjective. Form:Comparatives of 1 syllableadjectives add ER to the adjective.FastTallShortFasterTallerShorter
5 The comparative sentence! Jaume’s car is fast.Toni’s car is slow.Jaume’s car is faster than Toni’s.Toni’s car is slower than Jaume’s.
6 Spelling rules!1 syllable adjectives ending Consonant+Vowel+Consonant(C+V+C) double the last consonant. EXAMPLE: Fat-FatterAdjectives of 2 syllables ending in-y, remove the –y and add ier. EXAMPLE: Funny FunnierHappy Happier
7 Adjectives with 2 or more syllables, write more before the adjective EXAMPLE: Difficult More difficult.
8 Irregular adjectives Adjective Comparative Superlative Good Better There are adjectives, that don’t follow the norm.AdjectiveComparativeSuperlativeGoodBetterThe bestBadWorseThe WorstFarFurtherThe furthest
9 We use the superlatives to talk about the difference between three or morepeople, animals or things.
10 Form:One syllable adjectivesAdd - Est to the adjectiveTall TallestShort ShortestOld Oldest
11 The superlative sentences! Emilio is the tallest boy in the schoolShe is the tallest girl in the room.Two syllable adjectives Ending in –y-I am happier than you.That joke was funnier than this joke.
12 Spelling rules! Adjectives ending –e- , add -st- Nice Nicest Adjectives ending Consonant+Vowel+Consonant(C+V+C),double the last consonantFat FattestHot Hottest
13 Two syllable adjectives ending –y-, drop the y and add –iest- Easy EasiestFunny FunniestTwo or more syllable adjectives write the most before the adjectiveDifficult the most difficultExpensive the most expensive