Arbeitsblatt: YW 3 Unit 3 Test

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Adjectives comparative and superlative forms
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Grammatik
5. Schuljahr
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YW 3 – Unit 3 – Adjectives comparative and superlative form adjective: fit warm slow cool serious tired mean hot new crazy bad famous hungry helpful friendly good pretty soft delicious dangerous curious curly wet big far arrogant loud dark small sad sunny funny comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: adjective: light short young heavy easy different generous old comparative: superlative: adjective: comparative: superlative: Sort these adjectives: great        beatiful        high        early        cold        interesting        dark   friendly        patient        angry        strong        careful        fresh noisy        special        hard        tasty        dirty        deep        natural adjectives with one syllable adjectives with two syllables that end on „y adjectives with two or more syllables Comparison with pronouns I (heavy) / you             I am heavier than you. you (light) / I               You are lighter than me, you (curly) / I she (arrogant) / you you (strong) / we I (fast) / they they (slow) / I you (boring) / she she (interesting) / you he (patient) / you you (impatient) / he they (friendly) / we we (mean) / they she (serious) / I I (silly) / she we (rich) / he he (poor) / we Comparison with adjectives Gloria / (friendly)/ Jack. You / (young)/ Claudia. We / (famous)/ you. I / (helpful)/ my parents. Peter / (careful)/ my children. She / (fast)/  you. You / (impatient)/ me. I / (intelligent)/ your bird. We / (good)/ him. A wolf / (wild)/ a dog. Gloria is fiendlier than Jack.