|— исчисл€емы- ми существи- тельными||— неисчисл€е- мыми сущест- вительными||ѕример использовани€|
|— положитель- ным значением (мало, но достаточно)||A few||A little||There are a few oranges and a little sugar on the table.|
|— отрицательным значением (мало и недостаточно)||Few||Little||Very few students attended the lecture and very little progress has been made|
”пр. 49 ¬ставьте much, many, little или few.
1. My brother is a young teacher. Every day he spends... time preparing for his lessons. 2. I know I very... about this writer. It is the first book I am reading. 3. The pupils of our class ask... questions at the lesson. They want to know everything. 4. You do not make... mistakes in your spelling. Do you work hard at it? ЧOh, yes, I do, I work very.... 5. Does your sister read...?-- Yes, she does. And your brother? -- Oh, he doesn't. He has so... books, but he reads very.... 6. Have you... work to do today? -- No, not very.... 7. Walk quicker, please. We have very... time. 8. I am sorry to say, I have read very... books by Walter Scott.
”пр. 50 ¬ставьте little, a little, few или a few.
1. I have... money, so we can go to the cine≠ma. 2. I have... money, so we cannot go to the cinema. 3. This girl works very..., that's why she knows nothing. 4. Mother gave us... apples, and we were glad. 5. He did not like it at the camp: he had very... friends there. 6. This lem≠on drink is sour; if you put... sugar in it, it will be sweeter. 7. This lemon drink is sour; if you put... lumps of sugar in it, it will be sweeter. 8. The hall was almost empty: there were... peo≠ple in it. 9. I can't buy this expensive hat today: I have too... money. 10. She left and returned in... minutes. 11. I think you can spare me... time now. 12. I am sorry I have seen... plays by this author.
”пр. 51 ¬ставьте much, many, little, few, a little или a few.
1. He had... English books at home, so he had to go to the library for more books. 2. She gave him... water to wash his hands and face. 3. I'd like to say... words about my journey. 4. After the play everybody felt... tired. 5. Let's stay here... longer: it is such a nice place. 6. There were... new words in the text, and Peter spent... time learning them. 7. There was... hay in the barn, and the children could not play there. 8. There was... water in the river, and they decided to cross it. 9. My mother knows German... and she can help you with the translation of this letter. 10. When we walked... farther down the road, we met another group of students. 11. Have you got I... ink in your pen? 12. At the conference we met I... people whom we knew well. 13. There are very... old houses left in our street. Most of them have already been pulled down. 14. If you have... spare time, look through this book. You will find... sto≠ries there which are rather interesting. 15. There are... things here which I cannot understand. 16. Shall I bring... more chalk? Ч No, thank you. There is... chalk on the desk. I hope that will be enough for our lesson.
—“≈ѕ≈Ќ» —–ј¬Ќ≈Ќ»я ѕ–»Ћј√ј“≈Ћ№Ќџ’
|‘орма||ѕрилагательное||—равнительна€ степень||ѕревосходна€ степень|
|ќдно- и двусложные прилага- тельные с окончани€ми -у, -ow, -ег,- lе||Nice Brave Happy Clever Simple Fat Easy||Nicer Braver Happier Cleverer Simpler Fatter Easier||The nicest The bravest The happiest The cleverest Thesimplest Thefattest The easiest|
|ѕрилагательные из трЄх и более слогов и двусложные прилагательные не оканчивающиес€ на Цy,-ow, -er, -le||Interesting Beautiful Comfortable Tired Serious||More interesting More beautiful More comfortable More tired More serious||The most interesting The most beautiful The most comfortable The most tired The most serious|
ќбразование степеней сравнени€ прилагательных
Ќе по общим правилам
|ѕрилагательное||—равнительна€ степень||ѕревосходна€ степень|
|Many, much||More||The most|
|Far||Farther(further)||The farthest(the furthest)|