* Utiliza los comparativos y superlativos.
* Identifica los reflexive pronouns en un texto y hace uso de ellos.
*Crea oraciones haciendo uso correcto del simple past tense,
* Usa los modales should y shouldnt para dar consejos sobre situaciones cotidianas.
* Comprende y da cuenta de la idea general de un texto utilizando de manera verbal y escrita el vocabulario clave según las temáticas planteadas en diferentes lecturas.
* Utiliza el modal going to para referirse a situaciones específicas en el futuro. (Retomar)
* Party plans, the best party and
a desert jurney.
Comparatives and superlatives
Simple past tense
Should - Shouldn´t
* We use should and shouldn't to give advice or to talk about what we think is right or wrong.
* You should means something like I think it is a good idea for you to do it.
* You shouldn't means something like I think it is a bad idea for you to do it.
* Should is used to express the opinion of a speaker and often follows I thinkor I don't
Go to the following website and develop the activity.
* We use ‘going to’ to talk about our future plans.
Do you want to have fun? Let´s play together!
We use comparatives and superlatives to compare things and to say which thing is top in a group. Add ‘-er’ and ‘-est’ for one syllable adjectives. Add ‘-ier’ and ‘-iest’ for two syllable adjectives which end in ‘y’ (and take away the ‘y’). Use ‘more’ and ‘the most’ with other two syllable (or more) adjectives.
One syllable: small – smaller – the smallest
Two syllables with ‘y’: happy – happier – the happiest
Two+ syllables: beautiful – more beautiful – the most beautiful
The adjectives ‘good’, ‘bad’ and ‘far’ have special forms.
good – better – the best
bad – worse – the worst
far – further – the furthest
Play the following game in order to practice comparatives and superlatives.
Go to the website below to develop the quiz.
Let´s continue with the next one! You can do it! Don´t forget that you need your reading adventures book to do it.
Go to the pages number 84 and 85.