Monday, April 15, 2013

English Funnies

Sarah's English lesson involved comparative adjectives. Much like verb conjugation, it's basically easiest to run through the forms. Positive form, comparative form, superlative form. For those of you who are as far out from your last grammar class as I am, let me help you. These are -er & -est, more... & most....

Example:
Happy
Happier
Happiest

Favourable
More favourable
Most favourable


Next word: Nervous

According to my perceptive child, that's-

Nervous
.
.
.
Nervous break
.
.
.
Nervous wreck

:-D Ain't it the truth??
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