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  1. Comparatives How words change when we use them to compare things

  2. big

  3. bigger

  4. biggest

  5. big bigger biggest

  6. tall

  7. taller

  8. tallest

  9. tall taller tallest

  10. small

  11. smaller

  12. smallest

  13. small smaller smallest

  14. fat

  15. fatter

  16. fattest

  17. fat fatter fattest

  18. happy

  19. happier

  20. happiest

  21. happy happier happiest

  22. fast

  23. faster

  24. fastest

  25. fast faster fastest

  26. pretty

  27. prettier

  28. prettiest

  29. pretty prettier prettiest

  30. busy

  31. busier

  32. busiest

  33. busy busier busiest

  34. sad

  35. sadder

  36. saddest

  37. sad sadder saddest

  38. clever

  39. cleverer

  40. cleverest

  41. clever cleverer cleverest

  42. How do these words change? Can you find a rule? bright brighter brightest long longer longest smooth smoother smoothest narrow narrower narrowest

  43. The rule for words with one or more syllables with a consonant next to the last letter (without an e or y at the end). • Add –er or -est

  44. How do these words change? Can you find a rule? large larger largest brave braver bravest wise wiser wisest safe safer safest

  45. The rule for words with an e at the end. • Take off the e • Add –er or -est

  46. How do these words change? Can you find a rule? thin thinner thinnest hot hotter hottest fit fitter fittest red redder reddest

  47. The rule for words with one syllable and a vowel next to the last letter (without an e or y at the end). • Double the last letter • Add –er or -est

  48. How do these words change? Can you find a rule? heavy heavier heaviest noisy noisier noisiest tiny tinier tiniest tidy tidier tidiest

  49. The rule for words with a y at the end. • Change the y to an i • Add –er or -est