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Comparisons

Comparing is one of the ways language allows us to relate things to each other, whether they are places, people, objects or ideas. In CLIL, we can talk about similarity, we can describe differences and we can say things about equality and inequality. Here, Keith Kelly explores some grammatical patterns and structures, plus some useful verbal phrases and specific prefixes in applying comparisons to different subject areas.

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  • Comparisons: Geography

    Author: Keith Kelly Type: Word list

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of comparison from the area of geography, covering grammatical patterns and structures, useful verbal phrases and specific prefixes.

  • Comparisons: Science

    Author: Keith Kelly Type: Word list

    Keith Kelly looks at examples of the language of comparison from the area of science, covering grammatical patterns and structures, useful verbal phrases and specific prefixes.

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