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Monday, 16 January 2012

Salam 2012..

Lama rasanya tidak update blog ini..sibuk dengan sekolah & ulangkaji untuk final exam. Baru hari ini ada kesempatan nak update ape yang patut untuk blog kali ini..

Friday, 2 December 2011

SEMANGAT BERKOBAR-KOBAR..BOLEH?!!

semangat nak update ape yang patut berkaitan dengan major..perkara terlintas kat minda..grammar je la..so saya update la serba sedikit topik berkaitan dengan "Grammar" untuk tatapan rakan - rakan seperjuangan..semoga dapat membantu sume yang searena saya TESL..

COMPARISONS OF QUANTITY


To show difference: more, less, fewer + than
To show no difference: as much as , as many as, as few as, as little as

AS + ADJECTIVE + AS


Usage

To compare people, places, events or things, when there is no difference, use as + adjective + as:

Examples

  • Peter is 24 years old. John is 24 years old. Peter is as old as John.
  • Moscow is as cold as St. Petersburg in the winter.
  • Ramona is as happy as Raphael.
  • Einstein is as famous as Darwin.
  • A tiger is as dangerous as a lion.

COMPARATIVE + THAN


To compare the difference between two people, things or events.

Examples

  • Mt. Everest is higher than Mt. Blanc.
  • Thailand is sunnier than Norway.
  • A car is more expensive than a bicycle.
  • Albert is more intelligent than Arthur.

NOT AS + ADJECTIVE + AS


Difference can also be shown by using not so/as ...as:

Examples

  • Mont Blanc is not as high as Mount Everest
  • Norway is not as sunny as Thailand
  • A bicycle is not as expensive as a car
  • Arthur is not as intelligent as Albert

IRREGULAR COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES

These adjectives have completely irregular comparative and superlative forms:
Adjective Comparative Superlative
good
better best
bad
worse worst
little
less least
much
more most
far
further / farther furthest / farthest