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  Emilie, Bob and Randy

  DIALOGUE

  Moving to Los Angeles

  Ken and Cynthia just moved from New York to a new house in Los Angeles. They are in the study now.

  Ken: I'm happy to be in this new house. It's much larger than I thought.

  Cynthia: Yes, but I can't find any place to put this bookcase.

  Ken: I see. I guess it is too big. The one we had before wasn't as big as this one.

  Cynthia: I will try to put it in the living room. Anyway, this place is brighter than our old house in New York.

  Ken: And, it's more spacious. Though the rent is more expensive, it's worth it.

  Cynthia: But we will have to work harder to pay for it.

  Ken: Don't worry. That's life. Life is easier down here. We can make much more money than we ever did in New York.

  Cynthia: Money isn't everything. It's more polluted in Los Angeles.

  Ken: Yes… because of all the cars and all the freeways.

  Cynthia: Yes. And, that's why it's quieter in New York.

  Ken: But think of the weather, Cynthia!

  Cynthia: Right! Some things are better, and some things are worse. Living in Los Angeles really isn't the same as living in New York.

  EXERCISES

  I. Comparison: -Er/More…Than (Substitution)

  Examples:

  This place is larger than I thought.

  This place is better than I thought.

  This book is better than I thought.

  This book is more exciting than I thought.

  This lecture is more exciting than I thought.

  Continue

  1. long This lecture is longer than I thought.

  2. train trip This train trip is longer than I thought.

  3. scenic This train trip is more scenic than I thought.

  4. comfortable This train trip is more comfortable than I thought.

  5. armchairs These armchairs are more comfortable than I thought.

  6. soft These armchairs are softer than I thought.

  7. elegant These armchairs are more elegant than I thought.

  8. wide These armchairs are wider than I thought.

  9. closet This closet is wider than I thought.

  10. spacious This closet is more spacious than I thought.

  

  II. Comparison: Not As…As

  Teacher: the cold soup - good

  S.1: The cold soup isn't as good as the hot one.

  Teacher: the new secretary - fast

  S.2: The new secretary isn't as fast as the old one.

  Teacher: the light suit - practical

  S.3: The light suit isn't as practical as the dark one.

  Continue

  1. young child - attractive

  → The young child isn't as attractive as the older one.

  2. low building - modern

  → The low building isn't as modern as the high one.

  3. manual typewriter - useful

  → The manual typewriter isn't as useful as the electric one.

  4. sour sauce - popular

  → The sour sauce isn't as popular as the sweet one.

  5. narrow hall - long

  → The narrow hall isn't as long as the wide one.

  6. traditional market - clean

  → The traditional market isn't as clean as the modern one.

  7. rough sea - safe

  → The rough sea isn't as safe as the calm one.

  8. local products - expensive

  → The local products aren't as expensive as the foreign ones.

  9. light coat - warm

  → The light coat isn't as warm as the heavy one.

  10. first question - confusing

  → The first question isn't as confusing as the second one.

  III. Comparison: The Same…As

  Teacher: refrigerator - kind

  S.1: The new refrigerator is the same kind as the old one.

  Teacher: bookcase - size

  S.2: The new bookcase is the same size as the old one.

  Teacher: highway - length

  S.3: The new highway is the same length as the old one.

  Continue

  1. order - quantity

  → The new order is the same quantity as the old one.

  2. city hall - height

  → The new city hall is the same height as the old one.

  3. swimming pool - depth

  → The new swimming pool is the same depth as the old one.

  4. wallpaper - design

  → The new wallpaper is the same design as the old one.

  5. car - speed

  → The new car can reach the same speed as the old one.

  6. fabric - quality

  → The new fabric is the same quality as the old one.

  7. airport - capacity

  → The new airport has the same capacity as the old one.

  8. computer - type

  → The new computer is the same type as the old one.

  9. dog - breed

  → The new dog is the same breed as the old one.

  10. park - layout

  → The new park has the same layout as the old one.

  IV. Introduction to Picture I-1(Repetition)

  1. Ken rides more carefully than Larry.

  2. Ken swims faster than Larry.

  3. Ken types better than Larry.

  4. Ken reads more quickly than Larry.

  5. Ken plays golf worse than Larry.

  6. Ken eats more slowly than Larry.

  7. Ken speaks Spanish more fluently than Larry.

  8. Ken writes more neatly than Larry.

  V. Fluency Drills: Picture I-1

  A. Not As…As

  1. S.1: Larry doesn't ride as carefully as Ken.

  2. S.2: Larry doesn't swim as fast as Ken.

  Continue

  3. Larry doesn't type as well as Ken.

  4. Larry doesn't read as quickly as Ken.

  5. Larry doesn't play golf as badly as Ken.

  6. Larry doesn't eat as slowly as Ken.

  7. Larry doesn't speak Spanish as fluently as Ken.

  8. Larry doesn't write as neatly as Ken.

  B. Adverb Cues

  1. Teacher: more carelessly

  S.1: Larry rides more carelessly than Ken.

  2. Teacher: more slowly

  S.1: Larry swims more slowly than Ken.

  Continue

  3. less badly Ken types less badly than Larry.

  4. less quickly Larry reads less quickly than Ken.

  5. better Larry plays golf better than Ken.

  6. faster Larry eats faster than Ken.

  7. less fluently Larry speaks Spanish less fluently than Ken.

  8. More sloppily Larry writes more sloppily than Ken.

  LISTENING COMPREHENSION

  Emilie, Bob and Randy

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