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PERSONAL PRONOUNS (SUBJECT-OBJECT) POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS
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THE COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE OF ADJECTIVES (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
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Possessive Adjectives
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comparative adjectives
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Possessive Adjectives
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Complete the chart
 

adj

comparative

superlative

funny
more interesting
the best
strong
hot
large
bad
fast
suitable
Fill in with the comarative or superlative form of the adjectives
1. Bill Gates is one of the  people in the world. (rich)
2. The Dead Sea is the  place in the world. (low)
3. In my building there are seven floors. In your building there are five floors. My building is  than your building. (tall)
4. February is  than April. (cold)
5. The English test was  than I expected. (difficult)
6. Me. Jones is 75 years old. Mr. Tomas is 60 years old. Mr. Tomas is  than Mr. Jones. (young)
7. Rona is the  girl in class. (beautiful)
8. This was the  lecture I've ever heard. (boring)
9. I have a headache. I feel  than yesterday. (bad)
10. David is the  student in class. (intelligent)
 
 
Choose the correct form of the adjective.
 
1. He is very ( politer /  polite ).
2. It is the  (  hot /  hotter / hottest ) day this year.
3. This road is very ( dangerous /  more dangerous /  the most dangerous ) . It is the ( dangerous /  more dangerous / most dangerous) road in this area.
4. Apples are ( sweet / sweeter than /  the sweetest) cucumbers.
5. The USA is (small /smaller than /  the smallest ) Canada.
 
 
 
Compare the pictures.
        
 
1. A car is (fast)  a bike.
2. A car is (comfortable)  than a bike.
3. A bike is (cheap)  a car.
4. A car is (expensive)  than a bike.
 
 

 

       


 

 

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