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Tell The Truth

She was ……………….. She was angry at her husband. He lied to her. He lied many times. She was ……………… of his lies. She said enough was enough. She ……………. …………… her ring. She ……………….. it into the toilet. She ………………… the toilet. She …………… …………… her car. She …………… …………… the freeway. She drove the car fast. She was ………………. She was very ………………. She drove the car faster. She passed many cars. The speed ……………… was 60 mph. She was going 80 mph. A cop saw her. The cop ………………… her. The cop turned on his red light. He turned on his siren. She heard the cop car. She saw the …………………. light. She drove faster. Now she was going 90 mph. The cop drove faster. It started to rain. She didn't slow down. She lost control. The car rolled over. It rolled over and over. She died before it came to a stop

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Regular Verbs /t/

flashing / crying / angry / got into / tired / got on / took off / sad / dropped / flushed / limit / chased / / id / /d/

Grammar
Comparatives & Superlatives
Number Of Syllables One Syllable tall Comparative + -er taller Superlative + -est tallest

One syllable with the spelling consonant + single vowel + consonant: double the final consonant: fat big sad fatter bigger sadder fattest biggest saddest

Number Of Syllables Two Syllables

Comparative + -er OR more + adj

Superlative + -est OR most + adj

ending in: -y, -ly, -ow ending in: -le, -er or -ure these common adjectives - handsome, polite, pleasant, common, quiet happy yellow happier/ more happy yellower/ more yellow 1 happiest/ most happy yellowest/ most yellow

If you are not sure. pretty. sunny. busy. use MORE + OR MOST + Note: Adjectives ending in '-y' like happy. replace the -y with -ier or iest in the comparative and superlative form busy busier busiest Number Of Syllables Three Syllables Or More important expensive Comparative more + adj more important more expensive Superlative most + adj most important most expensive Complete With The Correct Form Adjective safe far dangerous noisy boring small good bad friendly famous modern shy intelligent pretty ugly polite Comparative Superlative Adjective dark long slim attractive funny nice young easy busy interesting cheap expensive hot deep soft quiet Comparative Superlative 2 . lucky etc:.

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 3 . I was never intelligent. I used to have more friends and spent most of the time out of home. When I was ten/fifteen/six… When I lived in… When I was at primary school/elementary school/kinder garden/high school I was… / I was never… / I was always… / I was more… / I was a little more… I used to be… / I used to have… When I was younger I used to be quieter.How Did U Use To Be When U Were Younger? When I was younger. more outgoing.. more creative..