Comparatives- Make Me Say Yes Game

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

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Comparatives- Make Me Say Yes Game

Ask your partner yes/ no questions with comparative adjectives such as “Is your bedroom 
tidier than your brother’s (bedroom)?”, using the table below to help if you like or if your 
teacher tells you to. You get one point each time that your partner says 
“Yes, (I am/ it is/ 
he is/ she is)” but no points if they say “No, (I’m not/ it isn’t/ he isn’t/ she isn’t)”, “I don’t 
know”, “I’m not sure”, etc.

Write the comparative adjective forms of all the adjectives on the next page.

Check your answers as a class.

Test each other on those forms. 

Play the same asking yes/ no questions game again, but this time with one point for “I 
don’t know” or “I’m not sure” answers and no points for “Yes” or “No” answers. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2018

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Are/ Is

you
your best friend
your father
your grandfather
your grandmother
your grandparents
your mother
your older brother
your older sister
your oldest brother
your oldest cousin
your oldest sister
your parents
your younger brother
your younger sister
your youngest brother
your youngest cousin
your youngest sister
your bed
your …’s bed
your little sister’s bed
your wardrobe
your …’s wardrobe
your car
your mum’s car
your …’s car
your cooking
your …’s cooking
your lifestyle
your …’s lifestyle
your homework
your …’s homework
your bedroom
your …’s bedroom
your week
your …’s week
your weekend
your …’s weekend
your … collection
your …’s … collection
your …’s ….

…er
…ier
more

active/ sporty
big/ large
boring
busy
cheap
cold
delicious/ tasty
disgusting
exciting
expensive
fashionable/ trendy
fat
friendly/ sociable
fun
generous
hard
hardworking
healthy
heavy
hot
impatient
interested in…
knowledgeable about…
little/ small
loud/ noisy
messy/ untidy
narrow
neat/ tidy
new
old
patient
punctual
quiet
relaxing
short
soft
stressful
strong
tall
thick
thin
tiring
weak
young

than

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2018

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