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3rd Qtr 2 degree of comparison of adjectives

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  1. 1. A Text A Day This comfortable hotel with its pleasant gardens is ideal for people who want a quiet holiday, yet it is only a short distance from the highly popular attractions of the area. There are lovely views from every room. The atmosphere is very friendly, and the staff are always helpful. A holiday here is a very good value for money. You can eat your meals at the hotel, where the food tastes marvelous. Or you can of course try some of the excellent local restaurants.
  2. 2. A Text A Day a. What is the paragraph about? b. How is the hotel described? c. Have you been to one? If yes, how is it similar/different from the one described above? If no, would you like to stay in one? d. What will you look for in a hotel if you will be staying for a night or two?
  3. 3. Review Identify all the adjectives in this description of a hotel. This comfortable hotel with its pleasant gardens is ideal for people who want a quiet holiday, yet it is only a short distance from the highly popular attractions of the area. There are lovely views from every room. The atmosphere is very friendly, and the staff are always helpful. A holiday here is a very good value for money. You can eat your meals at the hotel, where the food tastes marvellous. Or you can of course try some of the excellent local restaurants.
  4. 4. Review Identify all the adjectives in this description of a hotel. This comfortable hotel with its pleasant gardens is ideal for people who want a quiet holiday, yet it is only a short distance from the highly popular attractions of the area. There are lovely views from every room. The atmosphere is very friendly, and the staff are always helpful. A holiday here is a very good value for money. You can eat your meals at the hotel, where the food tastes marvelous. Or you can of course try some of the excellent local restaurants.
  5. 5. Can you make a comparison? We have lively dances. Tinikling is livelier than Kakawati. Which is the liveliest dance of all? 1. In the first sentence, is there a comparison made? 2. How about in the second? How many are compared? 3. In the third?
  6. 6. What are the forms or degrees of comparison? What are the rules to follow?
  7. 7. Remember: Adjectives have forms or degrees of comparison: 1. Positive degree – nothing is compared 2. Comparative degree – when two things, people or places are compared. 3. Superlative degree – when three or more things, people or places are compared.
  8. 8. Remember: Rules for using adjectives in comparison. 1. Positive degree – no change 2. Comparative degree – add –er for regular adjectives; more or less for irregular adjectives 3. Superlative degree – add –est for regular adjectives; most or least for irregular adjectives.
  9. 9. Complete the chart Positive Comparative Superlative old older oldest lively livelier liveliest ______ funnier ______ ______ ______ prettiest wise ______ ______
  10. 10. Write the correct form or degree of adjective as used in the sentence. early 1. Some dances began ___ than last year. old 2. Dances for the gods are among the ___ dances. colorful 3. Which is ___, native dances or modern dances? graceful 4. Do you know that the Filipino dancers are among the ___ in the world? interesting 5. The brass gongs are ___ than the other musical instruments.
  11. 11. Write the correct form or degree of adjective as used in the sentence. 1. Some dances began earlier than last year. 2. Dances for the gods are among the oldest dances. 3. Which is more colorful, native dances or modern dances? 4. Do you know that the Filipino dancers are among the most graceful in the world? 5. The brass gongs are more interesting than the other musical instruments.
  12. 12. Underline the correct form of the adjective in the parenthesis. 1. Elaine bought the (cheaper, cheapest) of the two costumes. 2. Penny has the (brightest, most bright) face in the classroom. 3. Reuben is the (gracefullest, most graceful) dancer on the stage. 4. Scott always leaves the (easiest, most easiest) problems till the end. 5. My brother had a (gooder, better, bester) guitar than mine.
  13. 13. Underline the correct form of the adjective in the parenthesis. 1. Elaine bought the (cheaper, cheapest) of the two costumes. 2. Penny has the (brightest, most bright) face in the classroom. 3. Reuben is the (gracefullest, most graceful) dancer on the stage. 4. Scott always leaves the (easiest, most easiest) problems till the end. 5. My brother had a (gooder, better, bester) guitar than mine.
  14. 14. Assignment: Write the comparative and superlative degree of the following: Positive Comparative Superlative 1. good 2. bad 3. much 4. many 5. little

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