I. Learning Objectives
1. Identify the three degrees of comparison of adjectives
2. Use the three degrees of comparison of adjectives
3. Keep one’s body physically fit
1. Key Terms
a. degree- level of characteristic
b. comparison- change that adjectives undergo
2. Key Concept
Adjective undergoes changes in different degrees of quality, quantity or value.
III. Reference Materials
English This Way V, pp. 94-99
IV. Review of Related Lessons
1. An adjective is a word that modifies a noun or a pronoun.
2. There are two classifications of adjectives.
a. a descriptive adjective is a word that tells about quality, color, kind or shape.
b. a limiting adjective is an adjective that either points out an object or denotes number.
1. Motivational Question
What keeps you physically fit? Which among these do you like best?
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The three degrees of comparison of adjectives:
a. positive degree describes only one person, place, or thing
b. comparative degree is used to compare two persons, places, or things
c. superlative degree is used to compare three or more persons, places ,or things
VI. Learning Activities
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List down five worthwhile activities you are engage in. Rank them according to their importance using the three degrees of adjectives.