This week for our afternoon activities we have visited the tropical world zoo, seen live stand up comedy, completed our 'Charity Shop Challenge', and provided food for the homeless and people in need on Friday. Here are 10 vocabulary questions from words covered during these activities. How many can you get right? For more information about our intensive English courses - visit www.englishsteps.co.uk
A blog by Rebecca Reichel-Koebele - teacher at English Steps
English is the universal language of the world, and sharing food is the universal experience of the world! Food brings people together, and mealtime is also an important time on our intensive courses at English Steps.
mini grammar lesson
Mini Grammar Lesson
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
For most adjectives with two or more syllables, adding the word “more” forms the comparative, and adding the word “most” forms the superlative. Example: colorful, more colorful, most colorful.
Some adjectives are irregular and completely change when using the comparative and superlative.
Examples: good/better/best bad/worse/worst.
Modifiers with adjectives/adverbs:
Example - Italy is far warmer than England, but only a little less expensive
Modifiers with superlatives:
Example - London is by far the most expensive UK city.
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