IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES that compare presents irregular adjectives (comparative and superlative degrees of 6 irregular adjectives that compare in English such as “good”, “bad”, “little”, “much”, “old”, “far” for ESL learners.
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Good – better – the best;
bad – worse – the worst;
little – less – the least;
much – more – the most;
old – older/elder – the oldest/the eldest;
far – further/farther – the farthest/the furthest
There are 3 degrees of comparison of irregular adjectives that compare in English: basic, comparative, and superlative. The adjectives are formed by ending -er to the comparative form and ending -est to the superlative form.
For example, green (basic form) – greener (comparative form) – the greenest (superlative form)
In 2 or more syllable adjectives we add “more” to the comparative and “the most” to the superlative form.
For example, famous (basic form) – more famous (comparative form) – the most famous (superlative form)
2-syllable adjectives with endings -ow, -er, – le and -y take the ending -er to the comparative and ending -est to the superlative form: pretty – prettier – the prettiest.
You can use this animated presentation with English irregular adjectives that compare, comparatives, and superlatives in your ESL classroom.
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