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                COMPARATIVES
 
1. Use the comparative form:
 
 
 
  Mary's house is  my house.
My house       Mary's house
 
 
Big Earred Dog Clip Art     Cartoon Chihuahua Dog Clip Art     Duffy has  ears than Bob.
       Bob                              Duffy
 
 
 
                
      Fred                      Mike                           Mike is  than Fred.
 
 
 
 
           
  Melissa                     Beth             Beth is  Melissa.
 
 
            
  Frank                Mark                          Mark is  Frank.
 
 
 
2. Now, read this small text and then compare the people from this happy family:
 
#29290 Royalty-Free Cartoon Clip Art Of A Happy Family Of Four With A Dog And A Soccer Ball by Andy Nortnik  Mark is the father. He is 45 years old. Mel is the mother. She is 39 years old.
They have two children: Dan and Liza. Dan is 9 years old and Liza is 12.
 
a. Mark is  his wife.
b. Mel is  her children.
c. Dan is  than his sister.
d. Dan's sister is  than him.
e. The kids are  their parents.
f. Dan is  than his sister.
g. Dan's mother is  than Liza.
 
3. Put the comparative form of the adjectives like in the example:
 
intelligent   -  more intellligent than                       big   -     bigger than
important   -                           nice  -                               tall  -   
fat             -                                    confortable  -       light   - 
short          -                                   bad             -                     good   - 
strong        -                                  pretty         -                 small   - 
tired         -                                long             -                          polite  - 
 
 
 
                                    BUTTERFLY FLY AWAY
 
 
 
  
                                          
 
 
 
You tucked me in
Turn out
Kept me safe and sound
 
depend on things like that

Brushed
 and
Had  me everywhere
You were
there
When I looked back

You had
 it all alone
Make a living
And

Must of been as hard as it be

And when I couldn't
 at night
Scared things wouldn't turn out right
You would hold

And
Caterpillar in the tree
How you wonder
you'll be
 far
But
dream
Wish you may and wish you might
worry
Hold on tight
I promise you there will come
Butterfly fly away

fly away
Butterfly fly away
Got you're wings
Now
 stay
Take
dreams
And
 all come true
Butterfly fly away
Butterfly fly away
You've been waiting for
All along you know just
Butterfly, Butterfly, Butterfly
Butterfly fly away

Butterfly fly away

Butterfly fly away
 
 
              VERY GOOD JOB!

 

       


 

 

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