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Elemental- El comparativo y el superlativo de los adjetivos

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Lecciones de gramática inglesa online para estudiantes de nivel elemental- una presentación del comparativo y el superlativo de los adjetivos con una explicación en audio y ejercicios para imprimir.

We use comparative and superlative form to compare and contrast different objects, or to show the difference between them.

  Adjective Comparative Superlative
One- syllable adjectives

old

long
big
hot

older
longer
bigger
hotter
the oldest
the longest
the biggest
the hottest
Adjectives ending in -y dirty
noisy
dirtier
noisier
the dirtiest
the noisiest
Adjectives with two or more syllables beautiful
interesting
more beautiful
more interesting
the most beautiful
the most interesting
Irregular adjectives good
bad
far
better
worse
further
the best
the worst
the furthest

Adjectives that end in one vowel and one consonant double the consonant.

  • Look! This is the biggest church in Italy!
  • My hair is thinner than yours.
  • Yesterday was hotter than today.

Adjectives ending in -y change the -y in -i.

  • Lucy is happier than me.
  • This TV programme is funnier than the one we saw yesterday.

Than is always used with comparatives to introduce the second element in a comparison.

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