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COURSE 6
Unit 1
Page 1

In this unit we are going to read and talk about cars and drivers.

We are going to learn how to compare things.

Comparative and Superlative form of adjectives.

One syllable adjectives “er”… “est”…

Positive… Comparative… Superlative…

Old… older than… the oldest…
Small… smaller than… the smallest..
Safe… safer than… the safest…

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Two syllableadjectives ending in “y” with a consonant before “I”, “er”… “I”, “est”…

Positive… Comparative… Superlative…

Pretty… prettier than… the prettiest…
Slimy… slimier than… the slimiest…

Irregular one-syllable adjectives.

Positive… Comparative… Superlative…
Good… better than… the best…
Bad… worse than… the worst…
Many… more than… the most…
Much… more than… the most…
Little… less than…the least…

Two or more syllable adjectives.

Positive… Comparative… Superlative…

Beautiful… beautiful… beautiful…
Expensive… more expensive than difficult… the most expensive difficult…

Page 3
Part 1

Comparing similar things.

As – As.

Adjective.

As old as...
As small as…
As pretty as…
As ugly as…
As good as…
As much as…
As beautiful as…
As expensive as…

Part 2VOCABULARY

Acting
Amazed
Around
Back seat driver
Brakes
Citizens
During
Economical
Farthest
Fast
Fond
Founded
Gasoline
Leather
Lighter
Maximum
Mechanical
Mileage
Mines
Motor
Nervous
Pedestrian
Powerful
Price
Producing
Safe
Salesman
Ships
Shor cut
Station wagon
Successful
Sum
Suppose
Tank
Vehicle
Wages
Wood
Workers
Worse
Worst

Page 4
Part 1

DialogueSlow down! You’re driving to fast.
I’m only doing fifty.
But the speed limit’s thirty here.
Don’t worry. There aren’t any police around.
Watch out for that pedestrian!
Hey, who’s driving? Me or you?
You are. But…
Stop acting like a back seat driver.

Part 2
Mr. Scott has gone to a car dealership to look at a new car.
He asks the salesman all about the latest station wagon.
He is veryfond of his car,
But the salesman tries his best to sell him a newer one.

It is good?
Yes, it’s the best one we have.

But is it fast?
Yes, it’s the fastest one we have.

Is it sale?
Yes, it’s the safest one we have.

Is it economical?
Yes, it’s the most economical drive we have.

And is it comfortable?
Yes, it’s the most comfortable one we have.

I suppose it’s expensive.
Yes,it’s the most expensive one we have.

Well, my old car is he cheapest one.
I’ve eve owned. I’ll keep it.

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John’s sports car is very fast.
Is it as fast as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s even faster.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the fastest one made.

John’s limousine is very expensive.
Is it as expensive as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s more expensive.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the moreexpensive one made.

John’s sedan car is very economical.
Is it as economical as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s more economical.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the most economical one made.

John’s station wagon is very good.
Is it as good as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s even better.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the best one made.

John’s jeep is very bad.
Is it as bad as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s evenworse.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the worst one made.

John’s scooter is very powerful.
Is it as powerful as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s even more powerful.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the most powerful one made.

John’s van is very safe.
Is it as safe as Bill’s?
Oh, yes. It’s even safer.
Really? I thought Bill’s was the safest one made.

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Henry ford.

One day in 1893 thecitizens of Detroit, Michigan
were amazed to see a motor vehicle coming down the street.
The driver’s name was Henry Ford.

Henry had been interested in mechanical things even as a young boy.
His mother had died in 1875 when he was only twelve.
At school he was not a good student.
His father wanted him to become a farmer,
but Henry’s dream was to make cars.

In 1903 he founded the Ford...
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