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Message de lyne posté le 2004-11-04 15:55:24 (S | E | F | I)

Bonjour, pour les débutants qui veulent participer au forum.
Si vous jugez que c’est trop long faites-les en plusieurs fois.
Le corrigé sera mis en fin de semaine.

Le comparatif d’égalité : as + adjectif + as
My car is as big as yours. Ma voiture est aussi grande que la tienne.
Alexis isn’t as old as Benjamin. Alexis n’est pas aussi âgé que Benjamin.

Exercice 1
Construire des phrases contenant le comparatif d’égalité.
(yes : forme affirmative – no : forme négative)
1 – mice / big / elephants (no)
2 – my English teacher / patient / maths teacher (yes)
3 – Susan / tired / Jane (no)
4 – my baby / intelligent / your baby (yes)
5 – London Bridge / high / the Eiffel Tower (no)

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Le comparatif de supériorité.
- Comparatif des adjectifs courts : adjectif + er + than.
Kate is nicer than Sue. Kate est plus gentille que Sue.

Adjectifs courts : adjectifs d’une syllabe et adjectifs de deux syllabes terminés par y et er.
Old => older – happy => happier - clever => cleverer

Modifications orthographiques.
Heavy => heavier - funny => funnier - big => bigger -
fat => fatter

- Comparatif des adjectifs longs : more + adjectif + than
A Rolls-Royce is more expensive than a Ford. Une Rolls-Royce est plus chère qu’une Ford.

Exercice 2
A partir de ces éléments, construire des phrases contenant le comparatif.
Ex. John/tall/intelligent/Betty => John is taller and more intelligent than Betty.
1 – lions / big / dangerous / cats
2 – my new teacher / funny / patient / the last teacher
3 – this car / noisy / expensive / that car
4 – Simon / old / careful / Brian
5 – my exercise / long / difficult / yours

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Le superlatif de supériorité.
- Superlatif des adjectifs courts : the + adjectif + est.
This is the highest building in town. C’est l’immeuble le plus haut de la ville.

- Superlatif des adjectifs longs : the most + adjectif.
This is the most expensive car in the world. C’est la voiture la plus chère du monde.
Notez bien l’emploi de la préposition in après le superlatif lorsque le complément désigne un lieu.

Les comparatifs et superlatifs irréguliers.
Good => better => the best
Bad => worse => the worst
Far => farther => the farthest
Little => less => the least

Exercice 3
A partir de ces éléments, construire des phrases contenant le superlatif.
Ex. Rolls Royces/expensive/cars => Rolls Royce are the most expensive cars.
1 – this is / high / tower in London
2 – John / good / swimmer
3 – my father / careful / driver I know
4 – we’ll visit / big / airport in the USA
5 – it’s / beautiful / garden in this town

Bon travail.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de zen34, postée le 2004-11-04 16:28:37 (S | E)
Bonjour Lyne,
ça fait du bien de reviser les bases, merci bien.

Exercice 1
1. Mice aren’t as big as elephants.
2. My English teacher is as patient as maths teacher.
3. Susan isn’t as tired as Jane.
4. My baby is as intelligent as your baby.
5. London Bridge isn’t as high as the Eiffel Tower.

Exercice 2
1. Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats.
2. My new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher.
3. This car is noisier and more expensive than that car.
4. Simon is older and more careful than Brian.
5. My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours.

Exercice 3
1. This is the highest tower in London.
2. John is the best swimmer.
3. My father is the most careful driver I know.
4. We’ll visit the biggest airport in the USA.
5. It’s the most beautiful garden in this town.

a+,Zen34.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de edith49, postée le 2004-11-04 21:44:02 (S | E)
Hello lyne, je me mets au travail... Merci


Exercice 1
Construire des phrases contenant le comparatif d’égalité.
(yes : forme affirmative – no : forme négative)
1 – mice / big / elephants (no) Mice are not as big as elephants
2 – my English teacher / patient / maths teacher (yes)my English teacher is as patient as maths teatcher3 – Susan / tired / Jane (no) Susan isn't as tired as Jane
4 – my baby / intelligent / your baby (yes)my baby is as intelligent as your baby
5 – London Bridge / high / the Eiffel Tower (no)hiLondon Bridge is not as gh as the Eiffel Tower

Exercice 2
A partir de ces éléments, construire des phrases contenant le comparatif.
Ex. John/tall/intelligent/Betty => John is taller and more intelligent than Betty.
1 – lions / big / dangerous / cats Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats
2 – my new teacher / funny / patient / the last teacher my new teacher is funnier than the last teacher3 – this car / noisy / expensive / that car This car is noisier and more expensive than that car4 – Simon / old / careful / Brian Simon is older and more careful than Brian5 – my exercise / long / difficult / yours my exercise is longer and more difficult than your

Exercice 3
A partir de ces éléments, construire des phrases contenant le superlatif.
Ex. Rolls Royces/expensive/cars => Rolls Royce are the most expensive cars.
1 – this is / high / tower in London This is the highest tower in London
2 – John / good / swimmer John is the best swimmer
3 – my father / careful / driver I know my father is the most careful driver iI know
4 – we’ll visit / big / airport in the USA we'll visit the biggest airport in the USA
5 – it’s / beautiful / garden in this town it's the most beautiful garden in this town thank you lyne


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de chatons, postée le 2004-11-04 22:24:57 (S | E)
ex.Deb./la comparaison posté par chatons

ex:1

1.Mice are not as big elephants
2.My English teacher is as patient as maths teacher
3.Suzan isn't as tired as Jane
4.My baby is as intelligent as your baby
5.London Bridge isn't as high as the Eiffel Tower

Merci

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Edité par chatons le 2004-11-04 22:29:21


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de claire1, postée le 2004-11-05 10:28:18 (S | E)
Lyne !!!
I need doing that kind of exercise
ex1:
-Mice are not as big as elephants
-My English teacher is as patient as my maths teacher
-Susan is not tired as Jane (is ??)
-My baby is as intelligent as your baby
-London Bridge is not as high as the Eiffel Tower

ex2:
-Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats
-my new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher
-this car is noisier and more expensive than that car
-Simon is older and more careful than Brian
-My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours

ex3:
-This is the highest tower in London
-John is the best swimmer
-My father is the most careful driver I know
-we'll visit the biggest airport in the U.S.A
-it's the most beautiful gardent in this town

thanks a lot
claire1


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de vmg, postée le 2004-11-05 20:52:58 (S | E)
1- Mice aren't as big as elephants
2 – my English teacher is as patient as my maths teacher
3 – Susan isn't as tired as Jane
4 – my baby is as intelligentas your baby
5 – London Bridge isn't as high as the Eiffel Tower

1 – lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats
2 – my new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher
3 – this car is noisier and more expensive than that car
4 – Simon is older and more careful than Brian
5 – my exercise is longer long and more difficult than yours

1 – this is the highest tower in London
2 – John is the best swimmer I have ever seen
3 – my father is the most careful driver I know
4 – we’ll visit the biggest airport in the USA
5 – it’s the most beautiful garden in this town

PS Peux t-on dire my new teacher is more funny and patient than the last teacher, même question pour noisy ???

MERCI Vmg


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de pascaline, postée le 2004-11-05 21:20:24 (S | E)
Exercice 1

1 – mice aren't as big as elephants
2 – my English teacher is as patient as maths teacher
3 – Susan isn't tired as / Jane
4 – my baby is as intelligent as your baby
5 – London Bridge isn't as high as the Eiffel Tower


Exercice 2

1 – lions are bigger and more than cats
2 – my new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher
3 – this car is noisiery and more expensive than that car
4 – Simon is older and more careful than Brian
5 – my exercise is longer and more difficult than yours.

Exercice 3

1 – this is the hightest tower in London
2 – John is the best swimmer
3 – my father is the most careful driver I know
4 – we’ll visit the biggest airport in the USA
5 – it’s the most beautiful garden in this town

Thank you Lyne.
It was a pleasure to do this exercice.

Pascaline


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de lyne, postée le 2004-11-05 23:36:58 (S | E)
Pour vmg
PS Peux t-on dire my new teacher is more funny and patient than the last teacher, même question pour noisy ???

Non je ne pense pas car ils font partis des adjectifs courts.
Adjectifs courts : adjectifs d’une syllabe et adjectifs de deux syllabes terminés par y et er.
Old => older – happy => happier - clever => cleverer

Modifications orthographiques.
Heavy => heavier - funny => funnier - big => bigger -
fat => fatter

Un pro peut peut-être rectifié si cela est faux ?


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de lyne, postée le 2004-11-07 11:24:35 (S | E)
Bonjour,
Merci de votre participation, il y a des petites étourderies.
Voici le corrigé.

Exercice 1
1 – mice / big / elephants (no)
Mice are not as big as elephants.
2 – my English teacher / patient / maths teacher (yes)
My English teacher is as patient as my maths teacher.
3 – Susan / tired / Jane (no)
Susan is not as tired as Jane.
4 – my baby / intelligent / your baby (yes)
My baby is as intelligent as your baby.
5 – London Bridge / high / the Eiffel Tower (no)
London Bridge isn’t as high as the Eiffel Tower.

Exercice 2
1 – lions / big / dangerous / cats
Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats.
2 – my new teacher / funny / patient / the last teacher
My new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher.
3 – this car / noisy / expensive / that car
This car is noisier and more expensive than that car.
4 – Simon / old / careful / Brian
Simon is older and more careful than Brian.
5 – my exercise / long / difficult / yours
My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours.

Exercice 3
1 – this is / high / tower in London
This is the highest tower in London.
2 – John / good / swimmer
John is the best swimmer.
3 – my father / careful / driver I know
My father is the most careful driver I know.
4 – we’ll visit / big / airport in the USA
We’ll visit the biggest airport in the USA.
5 – it’s / beautiful / garden in this town
It’s the most beautiful garden in this town.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de edith49, postée le 2004-11-07 15:42:12 (S | E)
Merci Lyne pour cet exercice, et peut-être pour d'autre ?


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de chrisou25, postée le 2004-11-08 15:25:35 (S | E)
Mice aren't as big as elephants.
My English teacher is as patient as my maths teacher.
Suzan isn't as tired as Jane.
My baby is as intellegent as your baby.
London isn't as high the Eiffel Tower.

Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats.
My new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher.
This caris noisier and more expensive than that car.
Simon is older and more careful than Brian.
My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours.

This is the highesttower in London.
John is the best swimmer.
My father is the most careful driver I know.
We'll visit the bigest airport in the USA.
It's the most beautiful garden in this town.


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Edité par chrisou25 le 2004-11-08 15:29:14


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de lalonico, postée le 2004-11-09 19:14:44 (S | E)
Hello, je suis contente de voir qu'il y a quelques exercices pour les débutants sur le forum

Mice aren't as big as elephants
my English teacher is as patient as maths teacher
Suzan isn't as tired as Jane
My baby is as intelligent as you baby
London Bridge isn't as high as the Eiffel Tower

Lions are biggest and more dangerous than cats
My new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher
This car is noisier and more expensive than that car
Simon is older and more careful than Brian
My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours

This is the highest tower in London
John is the best swimmer
My father is the most careful driver I know
We'll visit the biggest airport in the USA
It's the most beautiful garden in this town


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de salsify, postée le 2004-11-09 20:57:26 (S | E)
Exercice 1:

1- Mice are not as big as elephants.
2- My English teacher is as patient as my Maths teacher.
3- Susan is not as tired as Jane.
4- My baby is as intelligent as your baby.
5- London Bridge is not as high as the Eiffel Tower.

Exercice 2:

1- Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats.
2- My new teacher is funnier and more patient than my last teacher.
3- This car is noisier and more expensive than that car.
4- Simon is older and more careful than Brian.
5- My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours.

Exercice 3:

1- This is the highest tower in London.
2- John is the best swimmer.
3- My father is the most careful driver I know.
4- We'll visit the biggest airport of the USA.
5- It's the most beautiful garden of this town.

Merci encore pour ce rappel.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de speedjo905, postée le 2004-11-10 13:08:12 (S | E)
merci Lyne

je suis arrivé trop tard
je vais les faire et les corriger

j'aimerais bien en avoir d'autres




Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de lyne, postée le 2004-11-10 13:58:34 (S | E)
ok speedjo je vais t'en chercher.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de lyne, postée le 2004-11-10 15:01:18 (S | E)
Voilà speedjo (pour l'instant)


Complèter chacune des phrases suivantes avec l’adjectif entre parenthèses que vous mettrez, selon le cas, au comparatif de supériorité ou d’égalité.

a) It was…..than I thought. (difficult)
b) Fred isn’t …..Alan. (fast)
c) Who is ….. ? Bob or his sister ? (old)
d) His second film is not ….. as the first one ! (interesting)
e) Strawberries are ….. as cherries. (expensive)


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de salsify, postée le 2004-11-10 15:13:01 (S | E)
a) It was… more difficult.. than I thought.
b) Fred isn’t …as fast as.. Alan.
c) Who is … older.. ? Bob or his sister ?
d) His second film is not …as interesting.. as the first one !
e) Strawberries are …as expensive.. as cherries.

J'espère que c'est juste.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de speedjo905, postée le 2004-11-11 00:03:24 (S | E)
Exercice 1
Construire des phrases contenant le comparatif d’égalité.
(yes : forme affirmative – no : forme négative)
1 – mice / big / elephants (no)
Mice are not as big as elephants.
2 – my English teacher / patient / maths teacher (yes)
My English teacher is as patient as my math teacher.
3 – Susan / tired / Jane (no)
Susan is not as tired as Jane.
4 – my baby / intelligent / your baby (yes)
My baby is as intelligent as your baby.
5 – London Bridge / high / the Eiffel Tower(no)
London Bridge is not as high as the Eiffel Tower.


1 – lions / big / dangerous / cats
Lions are bigger and dangerous than cats.
2 – my new teacher / funny / patient / the last teacher
My new teacher is funnier and patient the last teacher.
3 – this car / noisy / expensive / that car
This car is noisier expensive that car.
4 – Simon / old / careful / Brian
Simon is oldier careful than Brian.
5 – my exercise / long / difficult / yours
My exercice is longer and difficult than yours.


1 – this is / high / tower in London
This is the highest tower in London.
2 – John / good / swimmer
John is the best swimmer.
3 – my father / careful / driver I know
My father is carefulnes driver I know.
4 – we’ll visit / big / airport in the USA
We'll visit the biggest airport in the USA.
5 – it’s / beautiful / garden in this town
It's the most beautiful garden in this town.






Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de samia51, postée le 2004-11-11 08:42:07 (S | E)
Bonjour Lyne
Merci pour cet exercice

Exercice 1
1. Mice aren’t as big as elephants.
2. My English teacher is as patient as maths teacher.
3. Susan isn’t as tired as Jane.
4. My baby is as intelligent as your baby.
5. London Bridge isn’t as high as the Eiffel Tower.

Exercice 2
1.Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats.
2.My new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher.
3.This car is noisier and more expensive than that car.
4.Simon is older and more careful than Brian.
5.My exercise is longer and more difficult than yours.

Exercice 3
1. This is the highest tower in London.
2. John is the best swimmer.
3. My father is the most careful driver I know.
4. We’ll visit the biggest airport in the USA.
5. It’s the most beautiful garden in this town.

pour ce genre d'exercice. Une bonne révision.


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de speedjo905, postée le 2004-11-12 04:04:12 (S | E)
Complèter chacune des phrases suivantes avec l’adjectif entre parenthèses que vous mettrez, selon le cas, au comparatif de supériorité ou d’égalité.

a) It was more difficult..than I thought.
b) Fred isn’t faster than…..Alan.
c) Who is oldier. ? Bob or his sister ?
d) His second film is not as interesting ….. as the first one !
e) Strawberries are moer expensive….. as cherries.





Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de shield, postée le 2004-11-12 13:16:30 (S | E)
salut

EX 1
Mice aren't as big as elephants
My english teacher as patient as my maths teacher
Susan isn't as tired as jane
My baby is as intelligent as your baby
London bridge isn't hight as the Eiffel tower

EX 2
Lions are bigger and more dangerous than cats
My new teacher is funnier and more patient than the last teacher
Simon is oldder and more careful than Brian
this car is noisier and more expensive than that car
My exercise is longger and more difficult than yours

ex 3
this is the highest tower in london
John is the best swimmer
My father is tho most careful driver I know
We'll visitis the biggest airport in the USA
It's the most beautiful garden in this town


Réponse: re:Ex.Déb./la comparaison de lyne, postée le 2004-11-12 15:15:45 (S | E)
Voilà le corrigé :

a) It was more difficult than I thought.
b) Fred isn’t as fast as Alan ou Fred isn’t faster than Alan !
c) Who is older ? Bob or his sister ?
d) His second film is not as interesting as the first one !
e) Strawberries are as expensive as cherries.

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Edité par lyne le 2004-11-12 15:33:21




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