Comparative Form of Adjectives

2nd - 3rd

Here's a grammar activity that covers comparative and superlative adjectives, as well as past participles and present perfect tense. Learners complete several exercises in which they practice using -er and -est. They also convert present tense verbs to the past participle, and write original sentences using both affirmative and negative forms. Finally, to write "have you ever..." questions, they must use the appropriate verb form for each. Finally they fill in the blank in 10 sentences using the present perfect form of verbs from a word bank. 

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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Class members review comparative and superlative forms of adjectives with example sentences. They complete four exercises to practice correct usage. First they choose the appropriate form (from the comparative and superlative) of an adjective to complete four sentences. Next, they adapt a positive adjective to the form indicated in parentheses for ten sentences. They insert the proper form of a given adjective based on the context of the sentence. Finally they review and assess their mastery. 

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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

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