Автор материала: Narmakhan Aziya Abaikyzy
Discipline: English language
Grade: 7th Term: First
Theme: Hobbies & Leisure Teacher: Narmakhan A. A.
Lesson № 3
‘’Presenting a table of information and statistics about young people in Kazakhstan (This relates to Maths)''
Grammar. Very / much / as….as/ too / enough
- We use very / extremely + adjective to give emphasis to it. Hang-gliding is very difficult.
- We use much + comparative adjective to make a comparison stronger. Sarah is much faster than Jane.
- We use as + adjective + as to show that two things are / are not the same. Rock climbing is a difficult as snowboarding. Kayaking isn't as exciting as hang-gliding.
Task 1. Fill in the correct form of the words in brackets (comparative or superlative).
My house is (big) __________ than yours.
This flower is (beautiful) __________ than that one.
This is the (interesting) __________ book I have ever read.
Non-smokers usually live (long) __________ than smokers.
Which is the (dangerous) __________ animal in the world?
A holiday by the sea is (good) __________ than a holiday in the mountains.
It is strange but often a coke is (expensive) __________ than a beer.
Who is the (rich) __________ woman on earth?
The weather this summer is even (bad) __________ than last summer.
He was the (clever) _________ thief of all.
Task 2. p. 9 ex. 6, 7, 8
We use too + adjective to show that something is more than we want. Sam is too shy to speak to people he doesn’t know.
We use adjective + enough to show that something is as much as we want. She’s good enough to win the tournament.
Task 3. p. 9, ex. 8, 9, 10