Образуйте степени сравнения прилагательных.
- small; young; thin; thick; tall; fine; new; straight; few; easy; busy; dirty.
- famous; beautiful; difficult; serious; comfortable; expensive; suitable; charming.
- good; much; bad; little; many.
Распределите следующие прилагательные в три колонки:
1 2 3
nice nicer nicest
modern; reasonable; many; more; dearer; best; most important; good; worse, high; cheapest; light; less; more polite; higher; dear; most modern; bad; cheap; more important; little; better; important; highest; dearest; polite; worst; lighter; most polite; more modern; most reasonable; cheaper; most reasonable; most; least; lightest.
Ответьте на вопросы, следуя образцу, и запишите их.
Образец: Which is longer: a mile or a kilometer? A mile is. A mile is longer than a kilometer.
- Which is longer: an hour or a minute?
- Which is higher: a mountain or a hill?
- Which is bigger: a ship or a bus?
- Which is longer: a sea or a river?
- Which is more difficult: to go on foot or to go by train?
- Which is more convenient: to ride a horse or to go by Cadillac?
Задайте вопрос товарищу и запишите ответы.
- Which do you like better: fish or meat?
- What do you like better: summer or winter?
- Which do you like better: tea or coffee?
- Which of the seasons do you like best of all?
- Which of the school subject do you like best of all?
- Which of the fruits do you like best?
Перепишите предложения, раскрыв скобки.
- February is (cold) than March.
- John Williams is (young) than me.
- Lake Baikal is (deep) than this lake.
- Peter is (tall) than Boris.
- Our flat is (more/less) comfortable than yours.
- This dictation is (more/less) difficult than yesterday’s one.
- This bird is (more/less) beautiful than ours.
- Alex’s wrist-watch is (more/less) expensive than mine.
Заполните пропуски в тексте словами из списка и переведите их.
Вспомогательные слова: useful, more, wild, oldest, best, many.
You know that the dog is a man’s … friend.
The dog is also man’s … friend. … than ten thousand years ago dogs
didn’t live with people. They were … . Dogs now live with people
and do … things for them.