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Comparing characters

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LET'S COMPARE!
 
Grammar reminder:
 
short adjectives (1 syllable or 2 syllables ending in -er, -ow, -le)
 
ADJ + ER + THAN
 
!! Y-> I + ER
(easy -> easier)
 
!! If at the end of a word there is Consonant+Vowel+Consonant (CVC) you double the last consonant =
(hot -> hotter)
 
long adjectives (2+ syllables)
 
MORE + ADJ + THAN
 
 
 
Now let's compare the members of the SIMPSON family!
 

 
Homer is  Bart. (old)
Lisa is  Bart. (intelligent)
Bart is  Maggie. (rude)
Maggie is  Bart. (cute)
Marge is  Homer. (slim)
Homer is  Lisa. (stupid)
Lisa is  Maggie. (musical)
Lisa is  Bart. (hardworking)
Maggie is  Bart. (calm)
Homer is  Marge. (fat)
 
 
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