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There are three
Degrees of
Comparison in
English
1. Positive degree.
2. Comparative degree.
3. Superlative degree.
Positive Degree
We use the Positive
degree when we
speak about only one
person or thing.
Example:
Sam is tall.
The house is big.
This flower is
beautiful.
Comparative Degree
We use the Comparative
degree when we compare
two persons or two things
with each other.
Example:
Sam is taller than
John.
This house is bigger
than that one.
She is nicer than him.
Superlative Degree
•We use the Superlative
degree when we
compare more than two
persons or things with
one another.
•It is...
Peter is the smartest
boy in class.
Alice is the sweetest
girl in the
neighborhood.
The blue whale is the
largest of all a...
Degree of Comparison
1.Adjectives of one syllable
Adjectives of one syllable
add -er and -est.
Adjectives ending on 'e' ju...
adjective comparative superlative
small smaller smallest
warm warmer warmest
old older oldest
nice nicer nicest
adjective comparative superlative
dark darker darkest
near nearer nearest
big bigger biggest
nice nicer nicest
2.Adjectives of two
syllables
Some adjectives of two
syllables add -er and
-est.
For adjectives ending in
'y‘ – cut y then...
adjective comparative superlative
lovely lovelier loveliest
dirty dirtier dirtiest
happy happier happiest
easy easier easi...
Adjectives ending in
-ful, -less, -ing, -ed
use more and most.
Some other adjectives
of two syllables use
more and most
(m...
adjective comparative superlative
pleasant more
pleasant
most
pleasant
boring more
boring
most
boring
useful more
useful
m...
•small
•light
•unhappy
•Small
•die
•big
•dark
•happy
•large
•live
x
x
x
x
x
•short
•far
•close
•stop
•thin
•long
•near
•open
•start
•thick
x
x
x
x
x
•disappear
•uncomman
•unhappy
•Small
•die
•appear
•comman
•happy
•large
•live
x
x
x
x
x
The elephant’s eyes
are small but its body
is __
The animals were
happy in the
beginning. After the
jackal entered the
forest, they became
___
The giraffe’s neck is
very long but its tail
is___
Mangoes are sweet
but lemons are
……
The coconut is a
tall tree but the
guava is a ……
tree.
Name of the
Student
Age in
years
Height
in Ft.
Weight
in Kgs.
Hari 11 4.9 27
Seshagiri 12 5.1 30
Akhita 12 4.8 28
Bhaskar ...
Name of the
Student
Age in
years
Height
in Ft.
Weight
in Kgs.
Rajesh 11 5.1 28
Raghava 12 4.9 28
Vamsi 13 4.5 27
Manoj 12 ...
RaghavaHarini
4.9ft 4.9ft
27kgs 28kgs
Who is as tall as
Raghava?
Harini is as tall as
Raghava.
RaghavaHarini
4.9ft 4.9ft
27kgs 28kgs
Harini is not so heavy as
Raghava
Name of the
Student
Age in
years
Height
in Ft.
Weight
in Kgs.
Hari 11 4.9 27
Seshagiri 12 5.1 30
Akhita 12 4.8 28
Bhaskar ...
Name of the
Student
Age in
years
Height
in Ft.
Weight
in Kgs.
Rajesh 11 5.1 28
Raghava 12 4.9 28
Vamsi 13 4.5 27
Manoj 12 ...
Harini is older than
Gopi
11years 10years
Who is as tall as
Raghava?
Hari is as tall as
Raghava.
Siddu is the heaviest
boy in the group.
Siddu is the tallest
boy in the group
Siddu and Vamsi are the
oldest boys in the group
13years13years
Bhaskara Raju and Gopi
are the youngest boys in
the group
10y 10y
Seshagiri is younger
than Vamsi
13y12y
Harini is not so old as
Akhila
11y 12y
Manoj older than Rajesh
12y 11y
Seshagiri is not as tall
as Siddu
5.1ft 5.3ft
Rajesh is taller than
Akhila
5.1ft 4.8ft
Vamsi is one of the
shortest boys in the group
Akhila is not so
heavy as Manoj
Siddu is heavier than
any other pupil in the
group
No other member in
the group is so heavy
as Siddu.
Rajesh is as heavy
as Raghava.
Manoj is heavier
than Gopi.
Vamsi is as heavy
as Harini
Siddu is taller than any
other pupil in the group.
No other pupil in the
group is as tall as
Siddu.
Rajesh is taller than
Raghava
Akhila is shorter
than Harini
Vamsi is not as
tall as Manoj.
army= a large group of
soldiers
group =a number
of persons or things
that are together
herd = a group of animals
living or grazing at one
place.
pile = a number of things
placed on top of one
another.
,
bunch = a number of
things growing /tied
together.
Unit.
NO
Lesson Page
No
Unit 1 Dolphins 1
Unit 2 Olympic Games
The Swing (Poem)
9
Unit 3 Hover crafts 19
Unit 4 Vikram Sar...
Unit 5 Fossils page
No.
Unit 6 Crocodiles.
Four chairs (poem)
38
Unit 7 Kites 47
Unit 8 Habits Mosquito(poem) 52
Unit 9 Fi...
“Fossils” is
found on page
32
If you want to know about
crocodiles you must turn to page
38
“Mosquito” is found in Unit
8
The Unit 7 : “Kites” is found
from page ---
47 to 51
Unit 4 talks about ---
Vikram Sarabhai and Trees
1.Prevention is better than
cure
2.Charaka presented the
concept of digestion ….. and
immunity .
3.Charaka ___ the anatomy
of human body.
4. Charaka gave the numbers of
____ present in the human body.
5. Charaka samhita is a great
contribution in the field of ___
6.Charaka said that the heart
is the controlling_____
7. The two ancient physicians
who guided Charaka were____
and ____
1. A physician should have
•impatience
•sense
•arrogance
•patience
2. The first person to find out the
cause of human sickness was
• Susruta
• Dharmapada
• Charaka
• Charakasamhita
3. Charaka was a greart …
• Surgeon
• physician
• philosopher
• translator
Charakasamhita was written
• nearly twenty years ago.
• nearly twenty centuries ago.
• nearly twenty decades ago.
• nearly...
S.
No
Adjective Suffe
x
Noun
1 unfair ness unfairness
2 lonely ness loneliness
3 narrow ness narrowness
4 ready ness readines
5 stout ness stoutness
6 thick ness thickness
7 great ness greatness
S.
.N
o
Adverbs of
Manner(adj +ly)
the verbs
they talk
about
1 serious( adj+ly)
= seriously
is
preparing
2 comfortable
(ad...
S.
.N
o
Adverbs of
Manner(adj +ly)
the verbs
they talk
about
3 wonderful(adj+ly
)= wounderfully
danced
4 enthusiastic(adj+...
S.
.N
o
Adverbs of
Manner(adj +ly)
the verbs
they talk
about
5 excellent
(adj+ly)
excellently
performed
6 unfortunate(adj+...
7 voluntary(adj+ly)
voluntarily
donated
8 loud(adj+ly)
loudly
applauded
9 real (adj+ly) really generous
Fill in the blanks in the
following conversation
between Rohit and his
father. Change the
words in brackets into
adverbs.
•Father : Your exams are
approaching. Are you
studying ___( serious)
•Rohit: Yes dad. I am
reading all the
subjects___( ca...
•Father: Last time you
failed in mathes.Are you
working …. (thorough) on
the exercises?
•Rohit: I’ve revised them
several ...
•Father: I hope you
‘ll write the exam…
(excellent)
•Rohit: Sure,dad
Girls Perce
ntage
Boys perce
ntage
Swathi 86 Abhilash 85.6
Swetha 82 Farooq 85
Naga
Rani
78 Sai
Krishna
79.6
Hemalat
ha
69 Prasad 67.6
Mamath
a
68 Uday 76
Geeta 68 Vinod 76.8
Manjula 67.6 Masann
a
71
1.Name the school topper?
• Swathi
2.Which two students scored queal
percentage?
• Manjula and Bhanu Prasad. & Mamatha
and Sruthi Geetha?
3.Who got the lowest percentage?
• Manjula and Bhanu Prasad
4.How many have scored eighty
percent and above?
• Four
5. Comment on the overall
performance of students.
• The performance of students are very
good.
6.Who performed well, boys or
girls? ? Support your answer.
• It may be boys. Except one boy,all scored
above 70%.As to gi...
S.
No
.
Words spelt
wrongly
Words with
correct spelling
1 balansed balanced
2 nutrents nutrients
3 vitamns vitamins
4 protins Proteins
5 diferent different
6 maat meat
7 sourses sources
Find the odd one
and circle out
•hospital
•nurse
•patient
•passenger
•Shop,
•customer,
•cost,
•temple
•dollars
•things
•rupees
•cents
• treatment
•operation
•surgeon
•blackboard
•play
•question
•answer
•chocolate
ready ness readines
5 stout ness stoutness
6 thick ness thickness
7 great ness greatness
SI.N
o.
Name of
the Student
Marks scored
in english
1 Rani 65
2 Lata 60
3 Kamala 73
4 Lakshmi 80
5 Krishna 64
6 Bharathi 75
7 Ganesh 82
8 Meghana 63
9 Meenakshi 67
10 Nithya 73
11 Sindu 80
12 Chandu 71
13 Mani 85
14 Chinni 67
15 Ravi 62
16 Bhanu 67
17 Ramya 73
18 Saleem 80
19 Sai 80
20 Ruchira 71
21 Nandu 85
22 Mary 62
23 Usha 64
24 Sarada 75
25 Bujji 82
26 Sandhya 67
27 Sridhar 71
28 Jyothi 73
SI.No
.
Name of
the Student
Marks
scored in
english
29 Kumar 80
30 Swarna 71
Answer the
following questions
using ‘no’ ‘none’
‘any’ ‘a few’ and
‘many’
1. How many students have
scored more than 70 marks.
17 students have scored more
than 70 marks.
2.Are there any students who
have scored 90 marks?
No, none has scored 90 marks.
3.How many students have
failed in English?
None has failed in english.
4. How ma?ny students have
scored below 60 marks
None has scored below 60.
5.How many students have
scored between 64 and 75?
Many students have scored
between 64 and 75.
Match the group nouns in A with
what they refer to column B
•mob
•board
•some people
gathered for
destructive
purpose
•a number of
directors of a
company
•troupe
•army
•a numbers of
artists, dancers,
acrobats
•a number
soldiers
•bench
•crowd
•People collected
without any
specific purpose
•a number of
judges
•spect
ators •a number of
people watching
a match or
something
•audie
nce
•team
•a number of
people listening
to a concert or
lecture
•a number of
players
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  1. 1. There are three Degrees of Comparison in English
  2. 2. 1. Positive degree. 2. Comparative degree. 3. Superlative degree.
  3. 3. Positive Degree We use the Positive degree when we speak about only one person or thing.
  4. 4. Example: Sam is tall. The house is big. This flower is beautiful.
  5. 5. Comparative Degree We use the Comparative degree when we compare two persons or two things with each other.
  6. 6. Example: Sam is taller than John. This house is bigger than that one. She is nicer than him.
  7. 7. Superlative Degree •We use the Superlative degree when we compare more than two persons or things with one another. •It is the highest degree
  8. 8. Peter is the smartest boy in class. Alice is the sweetest girl in the neighborhood. The blue whale is the largest of all animals.
  9. 9. Degree of Comparison 1.Adjectives of one syllable Adjectives of one syllable add -er and -est. Adjectives ending on 'e' just add -r and -st. Some adjectives double the final consonant.
  10. 10. adjective comparative superlative small smaller smallest warm warmer warmest old older oldest nice nicer nicest
  11. 11. adjective comparative superlative dark darker darkest near nearer nearest big bigger biggest nice nicer nicest
  12. 12. 2.Adjectives of two syllables Some adjectives of two syllables add -er and -est. For adjectives ending in 'y‘ – cut y then add -ier and -iest.
  13. 13. adjective comparative superlative lovely lovelier loveliest dirty dirtier dirtiest happy happier happiest easy easier easiest
  14. 14. Adjectives ending in -ful, -less, -ing, -ed use more and most. Some other adjectives of two syllables use more and most (modern, famous, normal, correct, ...).
  15. 15. adjective comparative superlative pleasant more pleasant most pleasant boring more boring most boring useful more useful most useful
  16. 16. •small •light •unhappy •Small •die •big •dark •happy •large •live x x x x x
  17. 17. •short •far •close •stop •thin •long •near •open •start •thick x x x x x
  18. 18. •disappear •uncomman •unhappy •Small •die •appear •comman •happy •large •live x x x x x
  19. 19. The elephant’s eyes are small but its body is __
  20. 20. The animals were happy in the beginning. After the jackal entered the forest, they became ___
  21. 21. The giraffe’s neck is very long but its tail is___
  22. 22. Mangoes are sweet but lemons are ……
  23. 23. The coconut is a tall tree but the guava is a …… tree.
  24. 24. Name of the Student Age in years Height in Ft. Weight in Kgs. Hari 11 4.9 27 Seshagiri 12 5.1 30 Akhita 12 4.8 28 Bhaskar Raju 10 4.5 24 Siddu 13 5.3 35
  25. 25. Name of the Student Age in years Height in Ft. Weight in Kgs. Rajesh 11 5.1 28 Raghava 12 4.9 28 Vamsi 13 4.5 27 Manoj 12 5.1 30 Gopi 10 4.5 25
  26. 26. RaghavaHarini 4.9ft 4.9ft 27kgs 28kgs
  27. 27. Who is as tall as Raghava? Harini is as tall as Raghava.
  28. 28. RaghavaHarini 4.9ft 4.9ft 27kgs 28kgs
  29. 29. Harini is not so heavy as Raghava
  30. 30. Name of the Student Age in years Height in Ft. Weight in Kgs. Hari 11 4.9 27 Seshagiri 12 5.1 30 Akhita 12 4.8 28 Bhaskar Raju 10 4.5 24 Siddu 13 5.3 35
  31. 31. Name of the Student Age in years Height in Ft. Weight in Kgs. Rajesh 11 5.1 28 Raghava 12 4.9 28 Vamsi 13 4.5 27 Manoj 12 5.1 30 Gopi 10 4.5 25
  32. 32. Harini is older than Gopi 11years 10years
  33. 33. Who is as tall as Raghava? Hari is as tall as Raghava.
  34. 34. Siddu is the heaviest boy in the group.
  35. 35. Siddu is the tallest boy in the group
  36. 36. Siddu and Vamsi are the oldest boys in the group 13years13years
  37. 37. Bhaskara Raju and Gopi are the youngest boys in the group 10y 10y
  38. 38. Seshagiri is younger than Vamsi 13y12y
  39. 39. Harini is not so old as Akhila 11y 12y
  40. 40. Manoj older than Rajesh 12y 11y
  41. 41. Seshagiri is not as tall as Siddu 5.1ft 5.3ft
  42. 42. Rajesh is taller than Akhila 5.1ft 4.8ft
  43. 43. Vamsi is one of the shortest boys in the group
  44. 44. Akhila is not so heavy as Manoj
  45. 45. Siddu is heavier than any other pupil in the group
  46. 46. No other member in the group is so heavy as Siddu.
  47. 47. Rajesh is as heavy as Raghava.
  48. 48. Manoj is heavier than Gopi.
  49. 49. Vamsi is as heavy as Harini
  50. 50. Siddu is taller than any other pupil in the group.
  51. 51. No other pupil in the group is as tall as Siddu.
  52. 52. Rajesh is taller than Raghava
  53. 53. Akhila is shorter than Harini
  54. 54. Vamsi is not as tall as Manoj.
  55. 55. army= a large group of soldiers
  56. 56. group =a number of persons or things that are together
  57. 57. herd = a group of animals living or grazing at one place.
  58. 58. pile = a number of things placed on top of one another. ,
  59. 59. bunch = a number of things growing /tied together.
  60. 60. Unit. NO Lesson Page No Unit 1 Dolphins 1 Unit 2 Olympic Games The Swing (Poem) 9 Unit 3 Hover crafts 19 Unit 4 Vikram Sarabai Trees (poem) 24
  61. 61. Unit 5 Fossils page No. Unit 6 Crocodiles. Four chairs (poem) 38 Unit 7 Kites 47 Unit 8 Habits Mosquito(poem) 52 Unit 9 Finger prints 62 Unit 10 An act of Bravery. I wounder (poem) 68
  62. 62. “Fossils” is found on page 32
  63. 63. If you want to know about crocodiles you must turn to page 38
  64. 64. “Mosquito” is found in Unit 8
  65. 65. The Unit 7 : “Kites” is found from page --- 47 to 51
  66. 66. Unit 4 talks about --- Vikram Sarabhai and Trees
  67. 67. 1.Prevention is better than cure
  68. 68. 2.Charaka presented the concept of digestion ….. and immunity .
  69. 69. 3.Charaka ___ the anatomy of human body.
  70. 70. 4. Charaka gave the numbers of ____ present in the human body.
  71. 71. 5. Charaka samhita is a great contribution in the field of ___
  72. 72. 6.Charaka said that the heart is the controlling_____
  73. 73. 7. The two ancient physicians who guided Charaka were____ and ____
  74. 74. 1. A physician should have •impatience •sense •arrogance •patience
  75. 75. 2. The first person to find out the cause of human sickness was • Susruta • Dharmapada • Charaka • Charakasamhita
  76. 76. 3. Charaka was a greart … • Surgeon • physician • philosopher • translator
  77. 77. Charakasamhita was written • nearly twenty years ago. • nearly twenty centuries ago. • nearly twenty decades ago. • nearly twenty five years ago.
  78. 78. S. No Adjective Suffe x Noun 1 unfair ness unfairness 2 lonely ness loneliness 3 narrow ness narrowness
  79. 79. 4 ready ness readines 5 stout ness stoutness 6 thick ness thickness 7 great ness greatness
  80. 80. S. .N o Adverbs of Manner(adj +ly) the verbs they talk about 1 serious( adj+ly) = seriously is preparing 2 comfortable (adj+ly) = comfortably were seated
  81. 81. S. .N o Adverbs of Manner(adj +ly) the verbs they talk about 3 wonderful(adj+ly )= wounderfully danced 4 enthusiastic(adj+ly) = enthustastically watched
  82. 82. S. .N o Adverbs of Manner(adj +ly) the verbs they talk about 5 excellent (adj+ly) excellently performed 6 unfortunate(adj+ly )unfortunatelly missed
  83. 83. 7 voluntary(adj+ly) voluntarily donated 8 loud(adj+ly) loudly applauded 9 real (adj+ly) really generous
  84. 84. Fill in the blanks in the following conversation between Rohit and his father. Change the words in brackets into adverbs.
  85. 85. •Father : Your exams are approaching. Are you studying ___( serious) •Rohit: Yes dad. I am reading all the subjects___( careful)
  86. 86. •Father: Last time you failed in mathes.Are you working …. (thorough) on the exercises? •Rohit: I’ve revised them several times. Now I can do them …..(confident)
  87. 87. •Father: I hope you ‘ll write the exam… (excellent) •Rohit: Sure,dad
  88. 88. Girls Perce ntage Boys perce ntage Swathi 86 Abhilash 85.6 Swetha 82 Farooq 85 Naga Rani 78 Sai Krishna 79.6
  89. 89. Hemalat ha 69 Prasad 67.6 Mamath a 68 Uday 76 Geeta 68 Vinod 76.8 Manjula 67.6 Masann a 71
  90. 90. 1.Name the school topper? • Swathi
  91. 91. 2.Which two students scored queal percentage? • Manjula and Bhanu Prasad. & Mamatha and Sruthi Geetha?
  92. 92. 3.Who got the lowest percentage? • Manjula and Bhanu Prasad
  93. 93. 4.How many have scored eighty percent and above? • Four
  94. 94. 5. Comment on the overall performance of students. • The performance of students are very good.
  95. 95. 6.Who performed well, boys or girls? ? Support your answer. • It may be boys. Except one boy,all scored above 70%.As to girls of the seven,four scored less than 70%.
  96. 96. S. No . Words spelt wrongly Words with correct spelling 1 balansed balanced 2 nutrents nutrients 3 vitamns vitamins
  97. 97. 4 protins Proteins 5 diferent different 6 maat meat 7 sourses sources
  98. 98. Find the odd one and circle out
  99. 99. •hospital •nurse •patient •passenger
  100. 100. •Shop, •customer, •cost, •temple
  101. 101. •dollars •things •rupees •cents
  102. 102. • treatment •operation •surgeon •blackboard
  103. 103. •play •question •answer •chocolate
  104. 104. ready ness readines 5 stout ness stoutness 6 thick ness thickness 7 great ness greatness
  105. 105. SI.N o. Name of the Student Marks scored in english 1 Rani 65 2 Lata 60 3 Kamala 73
  106. 106. 4 Lakshmi 80 5 Krishna 64 6 Bharathi 75 7 Ganesh 82 8 Meghana 63
  107. 107. 9 Meenakshi 67 10 Nithya 73 11 Sindu 80 12 Chandu 71 13 Mani 85
  108. 108. 14 Chinni 67 15 Ravi 62 16 Bhanu 67 17 Ramya 73 18 Saleem 80
  109. 109. 19 Sai 80 20 Ruchira 71 21 Nandu 85 22 Mary 62 23 Usha 64
  110. 110. 24 Sarada 75 25 Bujji 82 26 Sandhya 67 27 Sridhar 71 28 Jyothi 73
  111. 111. SI.No . Name of the Student Marks scored in english 29 Kumar 80 30 Swarna 71
  112. 112. Answer the following questions using ‘no’ ‘none’ ‘any’ ‘a few’ and ‘many’
  113. 113. 1. How many students have scored more than 70 marks. 17 students have scored more than 70 marks.
  114. 114. 2.Are there any students who have scored 90 marks? No, none has scored 90 marks.
  115. 115. 3.How many students have failed in English? None has failed in english.
  116. 116. 4. How ma?ny students have scored below 60 marks None has scored below 60.
  117. 117. 5.How many students have scored between 64 and 75? Many students have scored between 64 and 75.
  118. 118. Match the group nouns in A with what they refer to column B
  119. 119. •mob •board •some people gathered for destructive purpose •a number of directors of a company
  120. 120. •troupe •army •a numbers of artists, dancers, acrobats •a number soldiers
  121. 121. •bench •crowd •People collected without any specific purpose •a number of judges
  122. 122. •spect ators •a number of people watching a match or something
  123. 123. •audie nce •team •a number of people listening to a concert or lecture •a number of players

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