Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

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What is the main requirement for a young person to work at the Tiger Ice-Cream company?

To have first-aid knowledge

What is the initial duty of a young person working at the Tiger Ice-Cream company?

Delivering ice-cream to hospitals, hotels, and restaurants

What is the company's priority when selecting a candidate?

The right young person for the job

What is Diana's strength according to the text?

<p>She is very efficient and likes organizing things</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the purpose of the Workbook activity A?

<p>To fill in a table about six people's interests and strengths</p> Signup and view all the answers

What does the company require a candidate to do before starting the job?

<p>Fill in an application form</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the role of the school officer in the process of applying for the job?

<p>To send the application form to the company</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the next step for the candidate after filling in the application form?

<p>To attend an interview at the factory</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the company's product?

<p>Ice-cream</p> Signup and view all the answers

What is the focus of the Workbook activity?

<p>Thinking about the future</p> Signup and view all the answers

Study Notes

Language Review 1

  • Comparing things: using comparative and superlative forms of adjectives
    • Examples: Hassan is older than me, Yousif is the oldest boy in the class
  • Saying things are equal: using a positive statement with "as"
    • Examples: My sister is as tall as me, My friends are as interested in football as I am
  • Saying things are not equal: using a negative statement with "as" and "not"
    • Examples: My car is not as fast as yours, My friends are not as interested in football as I am
  • Showing equality: using "same" with a noun, not an adjective
    • Examples: My sister is the same height as me, My cousin is not the same age as me
  • Making comparisons: using "like" and "unlike"
    • Examples: Like my father, I am interested in sports, Unlike my father, I am not interested in football

Contrast

  • Using "however" and "although" to contrast unexpected relationships between two actions or events
    • Examples: Although he worked hard, he didn’t pass his exam, He worked hard. However, he didn't pass his exam
  • Using "whereas" to contrast opposites
    • Example: Whereas Ahmed worked hard, his brother didn't

Joining Sentences

  • Using the "-ing" form to join sentences
    • Examples: The children ran out of school, laughing and shouting happily, The children ran out of school. They were laughing and shouting happily

Reporting Events

  • Newspaper headlines: using shortened, simplified sentences
    • Examples: The worst hurricane in living memory has caused terrible damage
  • Using the Past simple tense to describe an event at a known time
    • Example: The storm hit the area late on Tuesday evening
  • Using relative clauses with prepositions
    • Examples: The house I used to live in is very old, Sana’a Secondary School, to which I went when I was younger, is one of the biggest schools in the country
  • Using adverbs and adverbial phrases to describe actions
    • Examples: (How) People stood around silently, (Where) In the countryside whole villages have disappeared, (When) The storm hit the area late on Tuesday evening

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Practice using comparative and superlative forms of adjectives in sentences. Learn how to use as to compare equal or unequal things.

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