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  1. 1. STUDENTS’ NAMES: MIRIAN QUIGLA DIANA CHAVEZ LIZETT VISTIN
  2. 2. One of the most common comparisons used is as......as. The paired expression as…as expresses that two parts of comparison are equal or the same in some way. EXAMPLES: The apple is as light as the orange.
  3. 3. To compare two things that are equal, we use the pattern: as + adjective indicating quantity + (noun) + as The quantity adjective you use depends if the noun in the comparison is countable or uncountable.
  4. 4.  COUNTABLE NOUNS Use as many and as few with countable nouns. Note that the noun may be omitted when it is understood from the context, as in the last example below. EXAMPLES They have as many children as we do. as + adjective indicating quantity + (noun) + as
  5. 5.  UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Use as much or as little with uncountable nouns. Note that the noun may be omitted when it is understood from the context, as in the last example below. EXAMPLES John eats as much food as Peter. Jim has as little patience as Sam.
  6. 6.  For the negative form just we must to use not before the comparison but also we can use quiet and nearly because both are used with the negative but the difference is the following: EXAMPLE:  Not quiet as.....as = is used when there is a small difference Ted is not quiet as old is Tina.  Not nearly as.....as = is used when there is a big difference. Amy is not nearly as old as Tina.  Just as…….as= this means exactly Sam is just as old as Tina. Tina Sam Ted Amy AGE: 21 21 20 5
  7. 7. ACTIVITIES Line A___________________ Line B___________________ Line C___________________ Line D___________________ Line E___________________ Compare the lengths of the lines. 1.-Line D is as long as Line 2.-Line A is not as long as Line 3.-Line D is just as long as line E B E
  8. 8. not nearly as old as just as old as just as old as not quiet as old as WITH THE COMPARISON IN THE BOX FILL CORRECTLY THE BLANK SPACES: Tina Sam Ted Amy 21 21 20 5 4.-Tina is Sam 5.-Ted is not Tina 6.-Ted is Tina 7.-Sam is just Tina. 8.-Amy is Tina. as old as not as old as not quiteas old as just as old as not nearly as old as
  9. 9. not quiet as big as not quiet as big as not nearly as big as just as big as A B C D E 9.-Box B is Box A 10.-Box E is box A 11.-Box C is Box B 12.-Box E is Box D not quiet as big as not nearly as big as just as big as not quite as big as
  10. 10. 1 2 3 4 13.-Glass 4 is glass 2 14.-Glass 3 is glass 2 15.-Glass 1 is glass 2 not nearly as full as as full as not quiet as full as not quiet as full as not nearly as full as as full as

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