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100000 ...... J l:J ~ l:J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ EJ ~ ~ ! 47 Language Chart Page Title Useful Language 13 Adjectives and Opposites hot/cold; new/old Comparatives and superlatives 17 Adjectives on their own Describing objects 22 Shapes It's (round). The table is (square). 24 Patterns Adjective + noun Describing clothes 26 Happy families (1) Have you got a (checked shirt)? 28 Happy families (2) Have you got a (thin dog)? 30 Odd one out: materials I can see a (wooden) chair. 32 Twelve bottles Adjective + noun 34 Big, bigger, biggest Comparatives and superlatives 36 It's too ...

It's not (big) enough. 38 General objects Matching adjectives + nouns 40 Two bedrooms Comparing rooms The hotel room is more comfortable than the tent. 42 How was your holiday? Describing and comparing holidays It was (awful)!

38 General Objects 39 LESSON Two Bedrooms (pages 40 and 41) NOTES The items in the pictures can be combined with adjectives. The two pictures can be used for making comparisons. Useful language Notes comfortable/uncomfortable clean/dirty long/short wet/dry tidy/untidy cheap/expensive safe/dangerous softlhard new/old wide/narrow small/large quiet/noisy warm/cold nice/nasty Additional language Notes This bed is hard, but that one is soft. The bed in the top picture is softer than the one in the bottom picture.

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