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(2 pages with different types of exercises + KEY) - Grammar points: definite and Indefinite article; Indefinite determiners and pronouns; Adjectives: comparative and superlative forms. I´ll use this worksheet as remedial work for some of my 8th graders.It can be used with Upper elementary students too.) Hope you like it! :)) Wish you all a wonderful week!
Level:intermediate Age: 8-17
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Thanks mena - I´ll use this one tomorrow. One question though... I´m not used to seeing ´the´ included in superlatives - I´m used to seeing e.g. warm, warmer, warmest or difficult, more difficult, most difficult - if you have any reference for me to look at, I´d really appreciate it. (I´m not being obstreperous) Cheers, ab