viernes, 18 de noviembre de 2011

jueves, 17 de noviembre de 2011

CLASSROOM OBJECTS VOCABULARY

CLASSROOM OBJECTS PUMPKIN

PUMPKIN FAMILY

FAMILY MEMBERS (SPANISH-ENGLISH)

MY FAMILY SONG (VIDEO)

MY FAMILY VOCABULARY

PLAYGROUND TOYS VIDEO

TOYS VOCABULARY VIDEO

TOYS VOCABULARY VIDEO PT.1

CINEMA LISTENING ACTIVITY (Benny Benassi Feat.Gary Go)



TOYS SONG

INCY WINCY SPIDER NURSERY RHYME

SPORTS QUIZ

PICTURE FOOD QUIZ (EASY)

5TH NOVEMBER: GUY FAWKES DAY STORY

COMPARATIVE OR SUPERLATIVE? EXERCISE

GRAMMAR: SUPERLATIVE RULES

Reglas para formar la forma Superlativa en INGLES


Adjective
Rule
Example
With one syllable
  1. Ending in – e
Large
2.Consonant – Vowel – Consonant
Hot
3. All others
long
hard
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the + (adjective + –st)
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the  +(Double the consonant and add -est)
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the + (Adjective + –est)
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a) Jupiter is the largest planet
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b) The hottest place on earth is Ethiopia.
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c) The Great Wall of China is thelongest wall in the world.
d) Math is the hardest subject in school.
Adjectives with two or more syllables
  1. Ending in –y
Easy
2.All others
important
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the +(Change the –y to –i and add –est)
the+[Use most (or least) before the adjective]
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e) The easiest subject for me is geography.
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f) The most important thing in life is love

SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVE EXERCISE

lunes, 7 de noviembre de 2011