Can you name two comparative adjectives?
Adjectives are words that describe a noun. Comparative adjectives compare two things. Superlative adjectives compare more than two things.
Adjective: A word that describes a noun. Comparative Adjective: A comparison of two things using words such as 'better' or 'more'. Superlative Adjective: A comparison of more than two things using words such as 'best' or 'most'.
The most common comparative adjectives in English are 'bigger', 'better', and 'more'. All comparative adjectives have endings such as -er and -ier. In some languages, like Spanish, the comparative is formed by adding más or menos before the adjective.
Work together in pairs: Which comparative adjective did you find the most interesting and why?
Brain break: Draw a picture of a dragon riding a bicycle through a rainbow with a cat in the basket!
Which adjective means greater in size?
Which adjective means more difficult?
Which adjective means having more value?
Which adjective means higher in number?
Which adjective means more expensive?