What's the best way of making a comparison? Rob and Stephen talk about comparatives and superlatives.
Do the Preparation task first. Then watch the video. Next go to the Tasks and do the activities. If you need help, you can read the Transcript at any time.
Type the comparative and superlative forms into the spaces provided.
Order the words to make sentences using the comparative or superlative.
Type in the missing words to finish the sentences from the last exercise; the first letter of each word is given as a clue.
I think there's something wrong in the sentence (Task 2, Question 7/8). Please check it. Here is a photo about it
I don't think so. Even though I failed to finish it.
The sentence 7 is" The most difficult thing about English is the pronunciation."
Thanks for the report, but I'm afraid I can't see the photo. Can you describe the problem with sentences 7 and 8?
The LearnEnglish Team
hi..realy like the video,,,their so good and helpful.
Hi everyone, these videos open my mind about comparatives and superlatives, but I need do it again for understand better . thanks!
This is nice video it really helpful improve your grammar it's really fantastic
Hi, everyone . l think these tasks are very useful and very instructively.
Hi British Council, if you don't mind, would you like to provide transcript on each language focus because I think this lessons is very important, so with providing transcript it can help us to understand more. Thanks in advance.
Hi,selviferawaty.l agree with you. And l also think it has to be.
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