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ESL - 2nd of ESO: Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Practice the superlative and comparative grades of the adjectives. Use the dictionary if you need. Exercise 1: Look at the characters and complete using the correct option.Exercise 2: Fill in the blanks using the correct form of the adjectives.Exercise 3: Complete the sentences using comparatives or superlatives.Exercise 4: Complete using the comparative.Exercise 5: Complete with Superlative or Comparative adjectives.Exercise 6: Write the superlative of these adjectives. Clic the arrow => to continue.Exercise 7: Complete with Superlative or Comparative adjectives.Exercise 8: Completa los adjetivos superlativos y, a continuación, completa las oraciones.Exercise 9: Complete with Superlative or Comparative adjectives.Exercise 10: Complete with the comparative or the superlative.
Daily Grammar Archive - Comprehensive archive of all of our grammar lessons and quizzes This archive contains links to all of our free grammar lessons and quizzes. You can use this archive to study Daily Grammar at your own pace. Lessons 1-90 cover the eight parts of speech, which are verbs, nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections. 6 Ways to Make Teaching Grammar Fun (I'm Serious) - WeAreTeachers I love grammar. But convincing my students to love grammar sometimes feels like trying to convince a bobcat to enjoy a nice, relaxing ice bath. It’s true that students are more likely to be engaged in the learning process if you’re excited about the content, but I’ve noticed that students will stay engaged if they’re participating in a way that leaves room for creativity, choice or snort-inducing laughter.