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Nguồn: Comparative Clauses
Người gửi: Trương Hoàng Anh (trang riêng)
Ngày gửi: 18h:40' 17-12-2007
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UNIT 5 PRACTICE COMPARATIVE CLAUSES Gv: Huỳnh Thanh Thúy Anh
POSITIVES (EQUALITY)
The dogs are as lovely as the cats
A tiger can run as fast as a lion
POSITIVES
Ex: The dogs are as lovely as the cats
A tiger can run as fast as a lion

Affirmative Form

AS + ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB + AS
The train is not as fast as the plane
The train is not so fast as the plane
We can’t draw as well as an artist
We can’t draw so well as an artist
Ex: The train isn’t as/so fast as the plane
We can’t draw as/so well as an artist
Negative Form

NOT + AS/ SO + ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB + AS
POSITIVES
Practice Rewrite the sentences, using AS…AS or NOT AS/ SO…AS
I weigh 50 kilos. My sister weighs 50 kilos as well. (heavy)
This book is exciting. That book is not exciting. (exciting)
My father forgets things. My mother forgets things as well. (forgetful)
John learns English hard, but Tom doesn’t learn it hard. (hard)
The black car has been used since 1999. The red car has been used since 1989. (old)
I weigh 50 kilos. My sister weighs 50 kilos as well. (heavy)
I am as heavy as my sister.
This book is exciting. That book is not exciting. (exciting)
 That book is not as exciting as this one.
My father forgets things. My mother forgets things as well. (forgetful)
My mother is as forgetful as my father.
John learns English hard, but Tom doesn’t learn it hard. (hard)
Tom doesn’t learn English as hard as John
5. The black car has been used since 1999. The red car has been used since 1989. (old)
 The black car is not as old as the red car.
Note
Ex: Mary is nine years old. Peter is nine, too
Mary is as old as Peter
Mary is the same age as Peter
THE SAME + AGE/ HEIGHT/ LENGHTH / WIDTH/ DEPTH/ SIZE + AS
This wall is 10m high. That wall is10m high as well
 This wall is the same height as that wall
The cow weighs 80 kilos. The horse weighs 80 kilos as well.
 The cow is the same weight as the horse
COMPARATIVES
The black shoes aren’t as big as the white shoes
The white shoes are bigger than the black shoes
The black shoes are smaller than the white shoes
COMPARATIVES
Short Adjectives/ Adverbs: have only one syllable or some two-syllable adjectives ending in “-Y”
Ex: tall 
short
high 
happy 
pretty 
taller
shorter
higher
happier
prettier
COMPARATIVES
Form
SHORT ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB + ER + THAN
COMPARATIVES
Chocolate is more delicious than candies
COMPARATIVES
Long Adjectives/ Adverbs: have two syllables or more
Ex: intelligent 
expensive 
friendly 
more intelligent
more expensive
more friendly
COMPARATIVES
Form

MORE + LONG ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB + THAN
COMPARATIVES
Exceptions
quiet  quieter
clever  cleverer
narrow  narrower
simple  simpler
noble  nobler
early  earlier
THIN
Terry’s brother is thinner than he is
Terry’s brother is thinner than him
PRACTICE
Make sentences from these pictures
TERRY
TERRY?S BROTHER
TALL
 Bobby is taller than Tommy
Make sentences from these pictures
Tommy
Bobby
Make sentences from these pictures
OLD
 The house on the right is older than the house on the left
Make sentences from these pictures
EXPENSIVE
 Grapes are more expensive than bananas
INTELLIGENT
 A monkey is more intelligent than a cow
Make sentences from these pictures
6. GOOD FOR CHILDREN
 Milk is better for children than ice-cream
Note: Irregular Adjectives and Adverbs


SUPERLATIVES
Plane is the fastest of the three means of transportation
SUPERLATIVES
Mathematics is the most difficult subject
SUPERLATIVES
Ex: Plane is the fastest of the three means of transportation
Mathematics is the most difficult subject
Form
THE + SHORT ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB + EST
THE MOST + LONG ADJECTIVE / ADVERB
Which season do you like most?
Which season is the coldest?
Which season is the hottest?
Which season is the most beautiful?
In which season do you work hardest?
In which season do you work least?
CONSOLIDATION
Make comparisons of your classmates
Rewrite the sentences, beginning with the words provided
Bob can run 100 meters in 19 seconds. Mark can run 100 meters in 14 seconds.
Mark can run …
This film is interesting. That film is not interesting.
That film is not …
The train arrives at 7 am. The bus arrives at 7.05 am.
 The bus arrives ….
Among the members of this golf club, Alain plays better than the others.
 Alain is the ...
5. Sally’s car was twice the price of Kevin’s car.
Sally’s car was ….
6. No one in this class is as intelligent as John.
 John is the…
HOMEWORK
DO ALL EXERCISES IN YOUR HAND-OUTS
The End thanks for your attention
 
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