I / you / we / they He / she / it Sentence
write writes He often writes to his relatives.
teach teaches She teaches at the weekends.
try tries He always tries hard.
-d / – ed. irregular
walk- ed go _ went
Comparatives and Superlatives
warm-er the warmest
short-er the shortest
old-er the oldest
wide-r the widest
late-r the latest
hot-ter the hottest
big-ger the biggest
wet-ter the wettest
More the most
more important the most important
happy-happier the happiest
good better the best
bad worse the worst
far further the farthest
Do you play football ? -I play football, – I don’t play football.
Does she play football? -She plays football , – she doesn’t play football.
Do they play football? – They play football, – they don’t play football.
Are you cooking ? – I am cooking , – I am not cooking
Is he cooking ? – he is cooking , – he is not cooking
Are they cooking ? – They are cooking. – They are not cooking
Did you walk ? I walked. I didn’t walk
Did he walk ? He walked He didn’t walk
Did they walk They walked They didn’t walk