Regardez la vidéo et essayez de repérer comparatifs et superlatifs et leur structure. Demain vous pourrez réviser vos connaissances sur le sujet avec une vidéo plus “grammaticale”.
Vous pouvez aussi établir le classement des plus belles langues du monde si ça vous amuse.
En attendant, un petit rappel:
old – older than
big – bigger than
good – better than
Which is bigger, New York or San Francisco?
Can he cook better than you?
cold – the coldest
beautiful – the most beautiful
Which is the coldest country in the world?
Which is the most beautiful language?
Mohamed Arrar send me his answers to an exercise on comparatives. I’m sorry Mohamed, I couldn’t mail you because you didn’t give your address! There was only one error: ‘than’ was missing in 3b.
1- a- these cotton gloves are nice. b- yes, but the leather ones nicer. (nice) a- they are also more expensive.(expensive) 2- a- those silk jackets look more attractive than the wool ones. b- yes, but wool ones are warmer. (warm) 3- a- this purple shirt is an interesting color ! b- yes, but the color is prettier than the design. (pretty). a- the design is not bad. b- i think the pattern on that red shirt is better than the pattern on this purple one. (good). 4- a- hey look at this gold ring !it’s nice. and it’s cheaper than that silver ring. but it’s smaller than the silver one. well, yeah. the silver one is bigger than the gold one. but look at the price tag. one thousand dollars is a lot of money! this is my answer, can you give me more information for adjectives comparation