A Comprehensive English Grammar by C. E. Eckersley, J M Eckersley

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2i T). reU. 1U is an adjective in such expressions as to beifeel /look/faH ill: and in ill health /news /luck (but bud w ould be more usual). (j) Old,r an d oIdrst ca n be used of people or th'ings: Heney is older than David . That is t he oldest house in the city . Eld er and rldrst can be use d of' pe rsons only laUd on! for m,n, mbher~ of th e same family. liee rears oJdr, than rr brot her. olary IS my tldrst sister . 4 Ca",prthe,uive English G"'lIIm'" Comparis on of A dj rd it·fS E lders can , however, be used as a noun meaning ' those of an @ When two person s or things are compared the com parative is generall y used: .

Lise;t oi all a nimals. story of Archi tecture. (13) world opinion is a ga ins t aggressio n, (14) In - - op inio n of Capta in B row n shortest wa y to _ Ja pan would be through - - Panama Canal. (15) Informa tion on this matter is lac king, or at least information we are all wan ting. (Hi) Which do you prefe r. _ Lake Genev a or Lake of Constance? l ) - - pen is mightier than - - sword, ( i<)) • See 'Adject ives', page 77, • I I A Comp"hetlSit'l Eliglisll ( ;',I! W Il

OpUIH; wid td; Ja paut u : ",ait'ldual: ntatJu H. :tiv es : Il a/hl ' ; gold; L onao»; ,iCI ; ""<11: . 'm't·lrs ity: B unsel s; ga,de ll. VI (a) Form a djectives hom t h e following n oun s an d use ea ch o f the a d jectiv6 in a sentence. ty: . ,i/; ability ; h,ro; ", alia; E li:'lbl/h; ,MId (t wo forms]. ,,'gry ; gran d . rd 'own' into each o f the fo llo wi n g sentences: (1) I c a n s u re ly do as I please w ith m y m a ne)". (2) Yo u m us t do y our work an d not cop )' fr om y our INlghbollr, A dj edit'es (3) She has hO,usew~r k .

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