In this lesson we will practise with comparatives and superlatives.
Activity 1: Watch this video from the British Council about the comparatives and superlatives.
Activity 2: First, learn about adjectives and the comparatives and superlatives with this interactive game. Answer the following questions:
- What are adjectives?
- Where are they placed? Write examples and underline the adjectives.
- What do adjectives help you to?
- What are the four rules to form comparatives? Write examples of each one of them.
- What is the meaning of “less” and “the least”?
- Find all the adjectives that appear in the adjective game. Copy them in your notebook.
Activity 3: Now play the following spelling game.
Activity 4: Here are more interactive activities on-line.
Activity 5: Now compare these beautiful girls using comparative and superlatives.
Oral activity: Compare the Donkey, Shrek, Princess Fiona and the Prince. Use the following adjectives in comparative and superlative: tall, short, beautiful, ugly, good-looking, thin, fat, intelligent, young, old, romantic, strong