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Comparatives are adjectives that are used to show a change or to make a comparison.View Lesson Pack
Job interviews can be stressful, especially when you have to do them in a second language.View Lesson Pack
‘Like’ and ‘as’ can be used as prepositions or conjunctions to compare and connect things.View Lesson Pack
Prepositions give us more information about the location, time and movement of things.View Lesson Pack
These types of words help us ask questions to find out things.View Lesson Pack
Superlatives are adjectives that tell us when one thing has the MOST of something.View Lesson Pack