Last week, during our English lessons we used comparatives a lot.
“A forest, more than trees”
“2nd ESO E , more than students”
“Sara’s whistling was the best”
Now, we’ll have a closer look at grammar and see how to compare adjectives. There are some rules you must bear in mind.
Look at this excellent power point from grup14 and check if you understand how comparing adjectives works. Take notes in your workbook. Label your notes: grammar, comparatives and also make a reference to the post (1.en.6.) this way you will always know where your notes come from.
Did you find the presentation useful?
We shall do more practice in class and you must have the rules at hand, but now some homework. Before Tuesday the 27th
Go to the post made on the 20th of September by Vicent Viel, your History teacher: Principals aglomeracions urbanes
and click on the link he gave you:
Make 3 sentences comparing the cities that appear in the chart and post them to the blog. Copy the sentences you post in your notebook too.
Rules for doing this exercise. You cannot repeat a sentence that has previously been posted.
When you mention a city, you must know where the city is a you must also be able to locate the city in a map.
It will be easier for the first ones to post the comments to the blog, so Hurry up!
more populated than
most heavily populated
more densely populated than
the most populated in .. /the least populated in …..
You can compare cities at world level, within a continent or within a country. You can also compare continents.
No excuses for lack of data. If you run out of information to make your three sentences check this other site: