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Space Words and Comparatives

Which is bigger: the sun or the moon? Which is nearer: the planets or a star? English Language Learners first located a series of space-related nouns and adjectives in a word search, and then identify the comparative and superlative forms of the adjectives. Consider extending the activity by asking learners to develop sentences that match the comparative adjectives to the nouns describing space objects.

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