Today I write about comparatives and superlatives!
Here I leave you with a powerpoint presentation with the basics of how you form comparatives and superlatives in English. I hope you find it useful!
How do we choose between adjective + -er/-est or more/the most? It depends on the number of syllables!
- Suffix -er/-est: for 1 syllable adjectives, and 2 syllable adjectives that end in -y (for example, happy, easy).
- More / the most: for the rest of adjectives.
Here you have a few examples of the different types of comparatives:
If you need to revise a little bit, here you have an explanation in Spanish. Finally, to practise a little bit, do this exercise on comparatives and superlatives (you can select 4 levels of difficulty). And here you have a text about London and another one about Los Angeles, with a grammar exercise at the end.