a.Choose the correct
1.It is church in England. 2.He is his sister.
3.It is animal in the world. 4.Jane is me.
5.Bob got mark of all. 6. Tom is student.
b. Read and tick thecorrect
1.My brother is a) faster b) faster than Nick.
2.Susan is a)the most beautiful b) the more beautiful girl in class.
3.My mother was a)best than b) better than my dad at Maths.
4.The Queenis a)the richest b)the richer person in the country.
5.My homework is a)more demanding than b)more demanding yours.
c. Write the adjectives in the comparative
1.The green alien is (tall) than the blue alien.
2.The pen is writing (fast) than the feather.
3.This butterfly is (graceful) than this one.
4.Bart is (polite) in the first picture than in the second one.
d. Write theadjectives in the superlative
1.Dolphins are the (playful) animal creatures.
2.This is the (frightening) house I've ever seen.
3.Football is the (famous) sport.
4.Ice creams are the (cool) sweets.
5.Dinosaurs were the (big) animals on Earth millions of years ago.
THE SUPERLATIVE STORY
Richard is in the world. He never falls ill but if he falls ill, it happens on Sunday or whenhis class goes on school trip one can imagine. He never gets extra money, but if his granny gives him some coins he loses them. His trousers’ pockets have holes in them. He is a good student butwhen he writes an important class test, his pen runs out of ink. If he has a date with a girl , his bus breaks down. His canary is singing bird he has ever had. But when he proudly invites a schoolmateto listen to it, the canary becomes bird of all.
But Richard thinks he is very lucky. He thinks he is the luckiest boy of all. He has a wonderful mum and a wonderful dad, loving grandparents, anadorable little sister and a supportive big brother. His desk mate is the funniest in the school and the girls in his class are the prettiest. He has an affectionate doggie and a wonderfully singing...