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Making comparisons: adjectives and adverbs (II)

To say two things are the same use:

as + adjective/adverb + as

She finds doing zumba as tiring as playing team sports.

Sophie doesn’t speak Spanish so/as well as Gordon

FCE: Grammar 2018-19

Making comparisons: adjectives and adverbs (I)

Irregular forms

FCE: Grammar 2018-19

Making Compairsons.Adverbs(II)

Ways of expressing a large difference:

much/far/a lot/considerably +

[adjective/adverb + –er] or [more + adjective/adverb]

Playing team sports is much riskier than many people imagine.

not nearly as + adjective/adverb + as

Some apps are not nearly as fun to play as computer games.

Ways of expressing a small difference:

slightly/a bit/a little + [adjective/adverb + –er] or [more + adjective/adverb]

People drive slightly slower than they did in the past.

Not quite as + adjective/adverb + as.

I don’t find running quite as enjoyable as cycling.

FCE : GRAMMAR 2018/19

Making Comparisons. Adverbs(I)

FCE : GRAMMAR 2018-19

Making Comparisons.Adjetives(II)

To say that one thing is less than another use:

not so/as + adjective
as + adjective + as

Window shopping is not so/as enjoyable as watching films.

less/least + adjective

Playing chess is less healthy than playing team sports.
Watching TV is the least healthy activity you can do.

FCE: Grammar 2018-19

Comparative & Superlative

FCE.Grammar 2018-19

El SUPERLATIVO ES: The Biggest ,the best and the strongest.

Making Comparisons : Adjetives (I)

FCE Grammar: 2018-19

Fruit & Vegetables

Las plabras terminadas en -y cambian la terminación a -ie+s cuando forman el plural. strawberry-strawberries / cherry – cherries.

Nuevo Vocabulario.

onion – cebolla,

aubergine – berenjena,

garlic – ajo,

watermelon – sandía,

grapefruit – pomelo,

grapes – uvas,

peppers – pimientos,

pumpkin – calabaza,

cabbage – repollo,

mushrooms – champiñones,

sprouts – coles de bruselas

strawberry – fresa

sweetcorn – maíz

cherries – cerezas

carrots – zanahorias


El verbo ALLOW significa permitir y va seguido de infinitivo con TO.

Se permite o tienes permiso se forma con el verbo TO BE conjugado y el participio Allowed.

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