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comparing_things - strong strong strong er est The word...

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Our objective is 1.To use ‘ er ’ and ‘ est ’ when comparing words 2. to use capital letters and full stops
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long
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long long er long est If we compare two objects we often add er to the word If we compare more than two objects,we often add est to the word
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tall
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tall tall er tall est
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strong
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Unformatted text preview: strong strong strong er est The word stays the same but we add er or est The middle snake is long er than the small snake. The large snake is the long est . + er + est tall taller tallest short kind weak small long...
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