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Which One Is More?

Which One Is More?

Students make comparative sentences using two nouns and an adjective. A speaking activity using comparatives.

Level:  Elementary

Grammar:  Comparatives

Time:  30 minutes


  • Make one copy of the Key for the teacher.



Divide the class into two teams, and ask the students to line up in front of the board.


Say two nouns and an adjective from the Key. The two students at the front of the line compete against each other to make a comparative sentence.

For example:  Mercedes, Toyota, expensive

Mercedes is more expensive than Toyota.


The first person to raise his or her hand can try to make the sentence. If the sentence is correct, his or her team can get a point. If the sentence is incorrect, his or her team will get a negative point, and the other team can try. Afterwards, both students go to the back of the line, and the next two students compete.


Continue until all the words have been used.


The team with the most points is the winner.

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