Abcd Essay

708 Words Apr 21st, 2014 3 Pages
SUBJECT : Comparatives and Superlatives
A) Fill in the blanks with the adjectives in brackets: 1. Tom is …………………………………………………… his brother. (old) 2. This problem is ……………………………………………. that problem. (easy) 3. John is …………………………………………………. boy in our class. (tall) 4. My friend is …………………………………………. my sister. (fat) 5. My room is ……………………………………… room in our house. (small) 6. Konya is ………………………………………… city in Turkey. (large) 7. The Kızılırmak is ………………………………… river in Turkey. (long) 8. Madonna is ………………………………………….. Sandra. (popular) 9. My English is ……………………………………….. your English. (good) 10. The weather today is ………………………………………. the weather yesterday. (bad) 11. This garden is …………………………………………….. that garden. (large) 12. Elizabeth is
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3. (heavy) George is the …………………………………………………. all.

4. (light) Tom is …………………………………………………. George. 5. (tall) Tom is ………………………………………………… David. 6. (tall) George is ……………………………………………… all. 7. (old) George is ……………………………………………… Tom. 8. (little) David gets ………………………… money ……………………. Tom. 9. (much) George gets ……………………….. money ……………………. Tom. 10. (small) David’s house is …………………………………………. Tom’s. 11. (big) George’s house is ……………………………………….. all. 12. (big) Tom’s house is ………………………………………….. David’s. Read the passage: Mr. and Mrs. Smith are now flying to Canada. Miss Bennet is their stewardess. She is very talkative and friendly. She is showing Mr. and Mrs. Smith some pictures of her family and her best friend. Miss Bennet: Mrs. Smith : Miss Bennet: Miss Bennet: Mrs. Smith : This is my best friend. Her name is Tina. She is very pretty. Is she older or younger than you? She is one u thinner than she is? Yes, I am. Tina loves to eat very much. So do I. I hope it will be time for lunch soon.

Miss Bennet James Bennet Tina Robbins

Age 21 23 20

Height 1.73 1.82 1.68

Weight 57 kg 76 kg 61 kg

D) Look at chart. Compare Miss Bennet with her brother and her best friend Tina Robbins: Example: (Miss Bennet / tall / Tina Robbins) Miss Bennet is taller than Tina Robbins. 1. (Miss Bennet / short / her brother James) …………………………………………………………………………………….. 2. (James / tall / her sister) ……………………………………………………………………………………. 3. (Miss Bennet / old / her best

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