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ADJECTIVES

1. Use the adjectives in brackets in the comparative form and add than if necessary:
ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY EQUALITY INFERIORITY A) The clothes in this shop are _________________ (expensive)
B) Her Job is _________________ (funny) as I thought.
C) This ice-cream is even _________________ (delicious) that one.
One syllable:
D) Her marks _________________ (good) mine.
Cheap Cheaper (than) As cheap as Not so/ as cheap as
E) This music is horrible. In fact, I´ve never heard _________________ (bad).
Small Smaller (than) As small as Not so / as small as
F) Portugal is _________________ (small) than Spain.
Two syllables, ending in
Y:
pretty Prettier ( than) As pretty as Not so / as pretty as 2. Use the adjectives in brackets in the superlative form:
Two or more Not / so / as A) Can you tell me _________________ (short) way to the park?
syllabes More expensive As expensive as expensive as B) His _________________ (big) dream is to have a Ferrari.
expensive (than) C) Who is _________________ (intelligent) student in class?
D) She is _________________ (kind) person I know.
E) France is not_________________ (big) country in Europe.
F) Today is _________________ (hot) day of the year.
ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY
3. Choose the best form:
One syllabe
Cheap (the) chepest A) They say Cristiano Ronaldo is better / the best footballer in the world.
small (the) smallest
B) Dolphins are more intelligent / the most intelligent than whales.
Two syllables ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE C) Chinese is more difficult / most difficult than Portuguese.
ending in Y:
Pretty (the) prettiest GOOD Better (than) (the) best D) He is the funnier / the funniest person I´ve ever met.
gasta (the) tastiest
E) Mary is fatter than / the fastest she was last month.
BAD Worse (than) (the) worse
Two or more F) They are better / the best singer than us.
MUCH / More (than) (the) most
syllables:
MANY G) Mr. Smith is better / the best English teacher at school.
Boring (the) most boring
Expensive (the) most
expensive LITTLE Less (than) (the) least H) The Lion is more dangerous / most dangerous than cats.
ADJECTIVES
1. Use the adjectives in brackets in the comparative form and add than if necessary:
ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY EQUALITY INFERIORITY A) The clothes in this shop are _________________ (expensive)
B) Her Job is _________________ (funny) as I thought.
One syllable: C) This ice-cream is even _________________ (delicious) that one.
Cheap Cheaper (than) As cheap as Not so/ as cheap as D) Her marks _________________ (good) mine.
Small Smaller (than) As small as Not so / as small as E) This music is horrible. In fact, I´ve never heard _________________ (bad).
F) Portugal is _________________ (small) than Spain.
Two syllables, ending in
Y:
pretty Prettier ( than) As pretty as Not so / as pretty as 2. Use the adjectives in brackets in the superlative form:
Two or more Not / so / as A) Can you tell me _________________ (short) way to the park?
syllabes More expensive As expensive as expensive as B) His _________________ (big) dream is to have a Ferrari.
expensive (than) C) Who is _________________ (intelligent) student in class?
D) She is _________________ (kind) person I know.
E) France is not_________________ (big) country in Europe.
F) Today is _________________ (hot) day of the year.
ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY
3. Choose the best form:
One syllabe
Cheap (the) chepest A) They say Cristiano Ronaldo is better / the best footballer in the world.
small (the) smallest
B) Dolphins are more intelligent / the most intelligent than whales.
C) Chinese is more difficult / most difficult than Portuguese.
Two syllabes

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ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE

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D) He is the funnier / the funniest person I´ve ever met.

V
E
ending in Y:
Pretty (the) prettiest GOOD Better (than) (the) best E) Mary is fatter than / the fastest she was last month.
tasty (the) tastiest F) They are better / the best singer than us.

A
D
Worse (than) (the) worse

B
G) Mr. Smith is better / the best English teacher at school.
Two or more H) The Lion is more dangerous / most dangerous than cats.
syllabes: MUCH / More (than) (the) most
Boring (the) most boring MANY
Expensive (the) most
expensive LITTLE Less (than) (the) least
ADJECTIVES

ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY EQUALITY INFERIORITY

One syllable:
Cheap Cheaper (than) As cheap as Not so/ as cheap as
Small Smaller (than) As small as Not so / as small as

Two syllables, ending in Y:


pretty
Prettier ( than) As pretty as Not so / as pretty as

Two or more syllabes Not / so / as expensive as


expensive More expensive (than) As expensive as

ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY

One syllabe

Cheap (the) cheapest


small (the) smallest

ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE

Two syllables ending in GOOD Better (than) (the) best


Y:
Pretty (the) prettiest
gasta (the) tastiest BAD Worse (than) (the) worse

MUCH / MANY More (than) (the) most


Two or more syllables:
Boring
Expensive (the) most boring
(the) most expensive LITTLE Less (than) (the) least
ADJECTIVES
1. Use the adjectives in brackets in the comparative form and add than if necessary:

ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY EQUALITY INFERIORITY A) The clothes in this shop are _________________ (expensive)
B) Her Job is _________________ (funny) as I thought.
C) This ice-cream is even _________________ (delicious) that one.
One syllable:
D) Her marks _________________ (good) mine.
Cheap Cheaper (than) As cheap as Not so/ as cheap as
E) This music is horrible. In fact, I´ve never heard _________________ (bad).
Small Smaller (than) As small as Not so / as small as
F) Portugal is _________________ (small) than Spain.
Two syllables, ending in
Y:
pretty Prettier ( than) As pretty as Not so / as pretty as 2. Use the adjectives in brackets in the superlative form:

Two or more Not / so / as A) Can you tell me _________________ (short) way to the park?
syllabes More expensive As expensive as expensive as B) His _________________ (big) dream is to have a Ferrari.
expensive (than) C) Who is _________________ (intelligent) student in class?
D) She is _________________ (kind) person I know.
E) France is not_________________ (big) country in Europe.
F) Today is _________________ (hot) day of the year.

ADJECTIVE SUPERIORITY
3. Choose the best form:
One syllabe

Cheap (the) cheapest A) They say Cristiano Ronaldo is better / the best footballer in the world.
small (the) smallest
B) Dolphins are more intelligent / the most intelligent than whales.

Two syllables ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE C) Chinese is more difficult / most difficult than Portuguese.
ending in Y:
Pretty (the) prettiest D) He is the funnier / the funniest person I´ve ever met.
GOOD Better (than) (the) best
gasta (the) tastiest
E) Mary is fatter than / the fastest she was last month.
BAD Worse (than) (the) worse
F) They are better / the best singer than us.
Two or more
syllables: MUCH / More (than) (the) most
MANY G) Mr. Smith is better / the best English teacher at school.
Boring (the) most boring
Expensive (the) most
H) The Lion is more dangerous / most dangerous than cats.
expensive LITTLE Less (than) (the) least