19th December 2023
Below are some exercises for practicing “as…as” and “not as” for making comparisons.
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This is an exercise to help students use comparative adjectives.
In this exercise, students are required to complete a conversation using given phrases and their own ideas.
This worksheet offers an introduction to basic comparative adjectives with: + er, y= ier, and more..than.
This is an elementary exercise to help students understand and remember the different forms of comparative adjectives. Students write in the appropriate adjectives to complete the chart.
This is another elementary exercise challenging students’ understand ing of the different forms of comparative adjectives. Students fill in each column with the appropriate comparative adjective form.
In this exercise, picture cues are used to suggest comparisons. Students use the adjectives at the side of the page or their own ideas to write sentences. Multiple adjectives might apply to each set of pictures and it would be possible to ask the students to write as many sentences as possible to describe the pictures.