Fast an furios

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COMPARATIVES

(We use to compare two things, people...)

John is thinner than Bob.

It's more expensive to travel by train than by bus.

My house is sm aller than my friend's house.

comparative rules 

ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES –ADD ER

CHEAP – CHEAPER

FAST – FASTER

LIGHT - LIGHTER

ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES ENDING IN E –ADD R

NICE – NICER

FINE - FINER

WIDE - WIDER

TWO OR MORE SYLLABLES ADJECTIVES –ADD
MORE/LESS

BEAUTIFUL – MORE BEAUTIFUL / LESS BEAUTIFUL

INTERESTING – MORE INTERESTING / LESS INTERESTING

IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES:

GOOD – BETTER

BAD – WORSE

FAR – FURTHER / FARTHER


ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES ENDING IN CVC – DOUBLE
THE LAST CONSONANT + ER

HOT - HOTTER

BIG - BIGGER

FAT - FATTER

TWO SYLLABLES ADJECTIVES ENDING IN Y PRECEDED
BY A CONSONANT – REPLACE Y WITH IER

HAPPY - HAPPIER

EASY - EASIER

LONELY - LONELIER

SUPERLATIVES

(We use to compare one thing, person... With the rest
of the group)

John is the tallest in the class.

This is the most expensive hotel I've ever stayed in.

He's the best football player in the team.

Superlative rules 

ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES –ADD EST

CHEAP – THE CHEAPEST

FAST – THE FASTEST

LIGHT –THE LIGHTEST

ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES ENDING IN E –ADD ST

NICE – THE NICEST

FINE – THE FINEST

WIDE – THE WIDEST


ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES ENDING IN CVC – DOUBLE
THE LAST CONSONANT + EST

HOT - HOTTEST

BIG - BIGGEST

FAT - FATTEST

TWO SYLLABLES ADJECTIVES ENDING IN Y PRECEDED
BY A CONSONANT – REPLACE Y WITH IEST

HAPPY - HAPPIEST

EASY - EASIEST

LONELY - LONELIEST

TWO OR MORE SYLLABLES ADJECTIVES –ADD THE
MOST/THE LEAST

BEAUTIFUL – THE MOST BEAUTIFUL / THE LEAST BEAUTIFUL

INTERESTING – THE MOST INTERESTING / THE LEAST INTERESTING

IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES:

GOOD – THE BEST

BAD – THE WORST

FAR – THE FURTHEST / THE FARTHEST


past simple 

la vamos a utilizar para informar acciones que ocurrieron pero que ya culminaron 

reggla de los regular verbs 

si terminan con y la y se reemplaza por d,ed,ied 

si el verbo termina en consonante, vocal y consonante, duplicamos la ultima consonante y le aqgregamos ed 

si el verbo termina en e solo le agregamos una d

 alos demas verbos que o cumplen con llas 3 normas anteriores solo le agregamos ed   

irregular verbs

si encontramos una palabra que sea i-t-e la in la reemplazamos por una o write = wrote 

si encontramos e-e lo que vamos a hacer es quitar una e y agregar una t   sleep=slept

las palabras que terminana en in,im,ink cambiamos i por una a drink=drank


uso de was y were 

i, he, she, it= was en pasado simple 

we, you, they, you =were en pasado simple 

ejemplo de was y were 


 affirmative sentences 

i was a good student 

you were crying last night 


negative sentences 

i was not/ wasn't a good student

you were not/ weren't crying last night 


interrogative sentences 

was i a good student?      R= yes, you were/ no ¿, you weren't 

were you crying last night ?Yes, i were/ no i weren't 


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