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Comparisons, comparisons, and more comparisons

Let’s revise all that we have been working on:

 

And let’s revise as…..as, not as….as

SUPER CHALLENGE! ARE YOU READY?!

Listen to this song.  Write as many as …as comparisons as you hear and give us the paper.  (For a bonus, try to make these comparison in Spanish and write them down!)  Don’t forget to put your name on it!

 

 

So many ways to use “like”

Hi Year 4-

So we’ve spent this week revising THREE ways to use like in English.

Here is a quick reminder of the different uses, and the song clips we listened to, but here I have given you the FULL, COMPLETE version of the songs, instead of just the clips.

The first use is simple: TO LIKE

What do YOU like?  

I like cake, eating pizza, and my best friend.

 I like going running and playing outside!

 

Then we studied: TO BE LIKE

Who do you want to be like?  What do you want to be like?

Do you want to be intelligent, generous, hard-working, sweet, funny, friendly?

OR

Do you want to be sad, mean, and negative?

And finally, we  talked about: TO LOOK LIKE

To remember that adjectives come before nouns, we listened to a clip of “Brown-Eyed Girl.”  Here is the COMPLETE song.

Remember: in English we say and write “adjective noun.”  And sometimes we LIST ADJECTIVES:  “adjective, adjective, adjective noun.”  

Listen and remember:

 

What do YOU look like?

Are you tall, dark and handsome?

Have you got glasses and long, curly hair?

SPECIAL CHALLENGE SONG!!  ON PAPER, WRITE  AND SAY “WHAT SHE IS LIKE.”  NAME TEN ADJECTIVES THAT  THE SINGER USES IN THE SONG AND SAY WHAT THEY MEAN! (DON’T FORGET TO GIVE US THIS PAPER WITH YOUR NAME!)