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سمو الأحساس
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افتراضي قواعد تساعدك على تعلم الانجيزيه ..

الانجيزيه, تساعدك, تعلم, على, قواعد

[CENTER]1_Comparative and superlative:



Comparative →ﻫﻲ المقارنة بين شيئين



Example: 1old →2older than→3the oldest



قديم ←2أقدم من ←3الأقدم 1


A - Comparison with –er /-est→ short adjectives :




short adjectives →like: clean, nice, short…ect


clean - cleaner - (the)cleanest


We use -er/-est with the following adjectives:

نستعمل مع الصفات التالية er/-est

1




clean

cleaner

cleanest

new

Newer


newest

cheap

Cheaper


Cheapest












2) adjectives with the following endings:


2 - 1) adjectives ending in -y






dirty

dirtier

dirtiest

easy

easier

easiest

happy

happier

happiest

pretty

prettier

prettiest















2
- 2) adjectives ending in -er







clever

cleverer

cleverest









2 - 3) adjectives ending in -le




simple


simpler

simplest





2
- 4) adjectives in -ow





narrow

narrower

narrowest






B - Comparison with more - most→long adjectives:

long adjectives:useful, dangerous…ect

Difficult - more difficult - (the) most difficult








C - Irregular adjectives.

















good

better

best



bad

worse

worst



much

more

most

uncountable
nouns


many

more

most

countable
nouns


little

less

least



little

smaller

smallest






























D - Special adjectives

Some ajdectives have two possible forms of comparison
صفات خاصة ﻟﻬﺍ ﺷﻜﻟﻴﻥ في المقارنة



common

commoner
/ more common


commonest
/ most common


likely

likelier
/ more likely


likeliest
/ most likely


pleasant

pleasanter
/ more pleasant


pleasantest
/ most pleasant


polite

politer
/ more polite


politest
/ most polite


simple

simpler
/ more simple


simplest
/ most simple


stupid

stupider
/ more stupid


stupidest
/ most stupid


subtle

subtler
/ more subtle


subtlest

sure

surer
/ more sure


surest
/ most sure





















Exercises:




قواعد تساعدك على تعلم الانجيزيه ..



Exercise:
Fill in the comparative and superlative forms of the
adjectives.






newestthe

newer

new





bad -





difficult





large -





good





big





easy





قواعد تساعدك على تعلم الانجيزيه .. much





little




interesting





















Exercise 02: Fill in all the gaps with the correct forms of the
adjectives.



new


-
newer


newest



longer




modern -










worst





nicest





nearest





flattest

قواعد تساعدك على تعلم الانجيزيه ..
popular








happier




many










cleverest













Exercise 03 :put in the adjective in bold from the first sentence into
the second sentence in its correct form (comparative or superlative).

Example:I have a fastcar, but my friend has a ______ car.

Answer: I have a fast car, but my friend has a faster car.



- This is a nice cat. It's much......... than my friend's cat.

-Here is Emily. She's six years old. Her brother is nine,
so he is...........


- He has an interesting hobby, but my sister has the .

.............hobby in the world.

- In the last holidays I read a good book, but father gave me
an .................even one last weekend.

- School is boring,but homework is ................. than school.


قواعد تساعدك على تعلم الانجيزيه .. This magazine is cheap, but that one is .....................

- We live in a small house, but my grandparents' house is ..................even than ours.

- Yesterday John told me a funny joke. This joke was the .....................joke I've ever heard.





Exercise 04 :Put in the adjective from the first sentences into the
second sentence in its correct form (comparative or superlative).

Example: I have a fast car, but my friend has a ______ car.

Answer: I have a fast car, but my friend has a faster car


- My father is heavy. My uncle is much..... .......than
my father.

- The test in Geography was easy, but the test in Biology was .......................

- Florida is sunny. Do you know the............... place
in the USA?

-Stan is a successful sportsman, but his sister is ...............than Stan.

-My mother has a soft voice, but my teacher's voice is ............than my mother's.

-Amy has a beautiful baby, but my daughter has the.............. baby on earth.

-I live in a large family, but my grandfather lived in ..........a family.

- We have only little time for this exercise, but in the examination we'll have even.................. time.

- Lucy is clever, but Carol is ............. than Lucy.

- Have you visited the old castle? It was the ........... castle
we visited during our holidays.












Exercise 05: Fill in the missing words into the gaps.



Positive

Comparative

Superlative

full





happy





popular





dark





interesting





crazy





fast





high





modern





quiet












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