COMPARISON

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This slide explains about the comparison of adjectives

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COMPARISON:

COMPARISON By : misterhadi

POSITIVE:

POSITIVE as adjective as not as/so adjective as We use positive to describe the equality of two things, people, etc. By : misterhadi

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Examples : The man is as old as my father. Ujang is as tall as Ucok. Dewi is not as beautiful as Siti. Basketball is not so interesting as football . By : misterhadi

COMPARATIVE:

COMPARATIVE We use comparative to compare two things, people, etc.. One syllable Two or more syllables tall taller cheap cheaper low lower small smaller near nearer beautiful more beautiful interesting more interesting expensive more expensisve important more important careful more careful adjective +er/more + adjective than ... By : misterhadi

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Examples : My house is smaller than my friend’s house. This grammar book is cheaper than the dictionary . Della is more beautiful than Dara. Going by train is more expensive than going by bus. By : misterhadi

SUPERLATIVE:

SUPERLATIVE We use superlative to distinguish one thing or person from a number of others. One syllable Two or more syllables tall tallest cheap cheapest low lowest small smallest near nearest beautiful most beautiful interesting most interesting expensive most expensisve important most important careful most careful the adjective + est/the most + adjective in... By : misterhadi

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Examples : China is the biggest country in the world. This building is the tallest in this city. Della is the most beautiful girl in the contest. He is the most careful man I’ve ever met. By : misterhadi

IRREGULAR COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE:

IRREGULAR COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE good better best bad worse worst far farther/further farthest/farthest many/much more most a few fewer fewest little less least By : misterhadi

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Examples : Now, Persija is better than Persib. This film is worse than the last one we saw. Is Messi still the best football player in the world? It was the worst result we’ve ever got. By : misterhadi

DID YOU KNOW?:

DID YOU KNOW ? Two-syllable adjectives that follow two rules. These adjectives can be used with - er and - est and with more and most. clever cleverer/more clever cleverest/most clever gentle gentler/ more gentle gentlest/ most gentle friendly friendlier/more friendly friendliest/most friendly quiet quieter/more quiet quietest/most quiet simple simpler/more simple simplest/most simplest polite politer/more polite politest/most polite By : misterhadi

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