Comparative Adjectives and Phrasal Verbs Revision:
how about…? - look after Notes:
-One syllable + er, i.e. small - smaller
-Words ending in a vowel + consonant, double the consonant, i.e. hot - hotter
-But ending in two vowels and a consonant, don't double the consonant, i.e.
great - greater
-Irregular adjectives, i.e. good - better bad - worse
-More than one syllable, use more, i.e. expensive - more expensive
-Adjectives ending in er, ow + er, i.e. clever - cleverer - narrow - narrower
-Adjectives ending in y, + ier, i.e. friendly - friendlier
how about -
(informal) to make suggestions. Followed by ing - noun i.e.
- What would you like to do this morning?
- How about helping me clean the house this afternoon?
- How about a swim?go for
- (informal) to choose, often when buying something, i.e. - Do you see anything you like on the menu? - Yes, I think I'll go for the seafood pasta. - I'm not sure which jacket to go for.- I'd go for the blue one: it looks much better on you. look after
- to take care, to protect, i.e.
- Can I borrow the car tonight, Mum? - Yes, but look after it. suitable
- I've got to go to the supermarket, can you look after the children for an hour?
- what's right or good for a person or situation, i.e.
- I don't think that film is suitable for twelve-year olds, it's much too violent.
- It's a formal party so make sure you wear suitable clothes.