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Comparative adjectives come easily to some people, but remembering when to use -er and when to use "more" is harder for ESL students.
This 3-page grammar guide includes sentences examples for the "-er" and "more" forms and explains how to use "almost as __ as", "not nearly as __ as", "much more ___ than", "far more __ than", "much ___er than", and "far ___er than".
✔ 3-page grammar guide in black and white
✔ 3-page grammar guide in color
✔ 3 pages of exercises
✔ 2 page answer key (one exercise is open-answer)
Added on 4/22/2017:
✔ 1 page "Cultural Comparisons"
✔ 1 page "In Your Opinion"
This grammar guide was designed for high-beginner to intermediate level adult/high school ESL students.
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