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COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES Степени сравнения прилагательных. Eg. big, small, old, new, lovely, etc. Три степени сравнения: The positive degree -положительная The comparative degree -сравнительная The superlative degree -превосходная Превосходная степень употребляется с артиклем - the

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EXAMPLES

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OTHER EXAMPLES This van is bigger than the blue car . The white bus is the biggest .

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Compare with –er and –est . Suffixes –er (comparative degree) and –est (superlative degree) 1.One syllable adjective e.g. tall – taller – the tallest big – bigger – the biggest 2.Two syllable adjectives ending with –y,-er,-ow,–le e.g. happy – happier – the happiest simple – simpler – the simplest e.g. clever – cleverer – the cleverest narrow – narrower -- the narrowest

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Сompare with more and most. more (больше, более) most (наибольший, самый) My father is a famous man. Mart Laar is more famous than my father. Lennart Meri is the most famous person in Estonia.

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Remember

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Use the comparative links: Than –чем e.g.Tom is older than his brother Bob. As…………..as – такой……………..как e.g.The fir is as tall as the birch. Not so………..as – не такой …………….как Not as………..as – не такой…………….как e.g.The English textbook is not so thin as the Estonian textbook.

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TEST 1 Adjective Comparative Superlative young younger The youngest thin easy expensive soft nice good intelligent fast beautiful

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TEST 2 Use correct degrees of comparison: 1.Simon is …………………………….than Susan.(young) 2.Sally is the …………………………..girl in their class. (young) 3.Mr. Green is not as…………………as Mr. Brown.(plump) 4.Paul is………………………….than his brother. (old) 5.Who is the …………………….animal in the jungle? (strong) 6.Winter is usually ……………………..than autumn.(cold) 7.The film was …………………………….than the book. (interesting) 8.I think my mother is the…………….. Mother in the world.

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