Adjective agreement is essential to master in Spanish, especially in regards to the comparative and superlative. In this activity, students will create a grid illustrating examples of the comparative and superlative formulas. Each column should be set up to target examples of masculine singular, masculine plural, feminine singular, and feminine plural nouns and adjectives.
Within each cell students will include an illustrative example of their sentence according to the column and row specifications. In the example storyboard, only examples of feminine singular and masculine plural have been completed. It may be helpful for students to color code the adjectives with the nouns that they are modifying in each sentence. As students first begin, you may want them to avoid using adjectives that don’t change for gender, such as interesante.
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Create a chart practicing adjective agreement for both comparative and superlative adjectives.