Practise the comparative and the superlative in English
ID: 34149 Language: English School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL) Grade/level: 1º ESO Age: 12-15 Main content: Comparatives and superlatives Other contents: Degrees of comparison of adjectives
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Thank you for sharing this worksheet, it is great (I make my students write "than" and "the" when doing these exercises, too, to get them to pay attention to the difference in meaning).
If you have time, could you correct a few mistakes?
The comparative of dry is dryer or drier, but the comparative of shy is shyer - don't ask me why, that's what the dictionary says! :-)
Further and furthest can also be spelt farther and farthest when they mean "more/most distant".
Instructions in exercise 4: correct (not "correcto")
Exercise 4. 8.- think, not thing
Exercise 4. 8.- prefers, not prefer