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Comparatifs et superlatifs 2

Regardez la vidéo et faites les exercices proposés.
Voici un petit rappel:

Comparatifs / Superlatifs

Adjectifs courts (1 syllabe)
ex : big
tall + er / + est
great

I’m taller than / I’m the tallest

Adjectifs en -y
ex : happy
crazy craz + ier / + iest (attention, -y est remplacé par -i)
nasty

I’m happier than / I’m the happiest

Adjectifs de 2, 3 et 4 syllabes
ex : modern
important
beautiful

more / the most
less / the least

more modern than / the most modern

Comparatifs et superlatifs 1


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:

Comparatifs :

old – older than
big – bigger than
good – better than

Which is bigger, New York or San Francisco?
Can he cook better than you?

Superlatifs :

cold – the coldest
beautiful – the most beautiful

Which is the coldest country in the world?
Which is the most beautiful language?

present simple or present progressive (continuous)

Watch the video, then try this exercise. You have to decide if there is a grammatical mistake in the sentences. I’ve added some comments in the answer section.
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I don't like travelling with him, he is driving too fast.




Look at the children - they are playing nicely together for a change!




Are you going to the restaurant tonight? What do you eat?




I've got this DVD to watch in English, but I'm not understanding anything




Don't listen to him, he's just being silly.




I go to the cinema tomorrow. Do you want to come with me?




Where's John? He's in the kitchen making dinner.




Are you wanting more coffee? I'm going to make some more.




What does she do? - She is looking after customer relations.




Are you having a meeting with the board today? - Yes, it starts at 11:00






Past Progressive: construction

You can see a table with French equivalents in the tenses section of this site:

http://anglais-facile.com/les-temps-anglais/le-passe-progressif-past-progressive/

What do you do? How long have you…?

Voici un petit exercice, merci de m’écrire vos réponses ci-dessous. Répondez à mes questions:

What do you do in your free time? –> I play guitar.
How long have you been playing guitar? –> I’ve been playing guitar for 25 years

A vous!