James: I'm going skiing next week.
Tina: .I know it's probably (bad) time to go on holiday, because everybody else is going too and the hotel prices are than now.
James: I know, but the Christmas holiday is also (lively) time for the skiing resorts. If you want to make a lot of friends, it's (good) to go in December than in November.
Tina: My favourite time for going on holiday is September. The weather is (dry) than in October and everything is (cheap) and (quiet) than in August, especially if you want to go to the beach.
James: I agree with you. It's definitely (sensible) to go on holiday when everybody else is working!
use of comparative
1. John is 30. Mike is 20.
(old) John .
2. A city is noisy. A village is quiet.
(noisy) A city .
3. Jogging is boring. Swimming is fun.
(boring) Jogging .
4. Mary lives 20 minutes away from the centre. Jane lives 5 minutes away from the centre.
(far) Mary .
5. A bike costs 200 euros. A motorbike costs 20000 euros.
(expensive) A motorbike .
6. In summer it's 30 degrees above zero. In winter it's 10 degrees below zero.
(hot) In summer .
7. Paul is good at Maths. Larry is not so good at Maths.
(good) Paul .
8. Harriet is bad at drawing. Diana is not so bad at drawing.
(bad) Harriet .
put this adjetives in that sentences in the correct form
fast, friendly, funny, heavy, long, narrow. fast, friendly, funny, heavy, long, narrow.
1. The Volga is river in Europe.
2. The circus is than the cinema.
3. Lead is than aluminium.
4. Dogs are than cats.
5. The Ritz is one of hotels in the world.
6. A Jeep is than a Mini.
7. A path is than a road.
Choose the best option
- the most lovely
- the loveliest
complete with superlative and comparative
choose the best option