Here’s a grammar bite on comparative structures using ‘adjective+ er/more/less + than’ that we can use when we want to say that two items are different in a quality. Remember that the general rule for one-syllable and some two-syllable adjectives, (small, clever, happy, etc.) is the affix -er, while other adjectives (honest, beautiful, interesting, etc.)…… Continue reading A2 Comparative structures ‘adjective + er/more + than’
Serena’s blog Here’s an activity for the comparative structure ‘as + adjective + as’ that is used to say that two items or groups of items that have the same quality.