In the Basic Cozy Grammar Course, Marie introduces phrasal comparisons for three-syllable adjectives such as "beautiful."
When forming comparatives and superlatives with three-syllable adjectives, we use more and most and less and least.
Take a peek!
The Secret Life of Nouns and Verbs
In September I taught a live class for everyone who is currently using Cozy Grammar’s Complete Curriculum. The class was called The Secret Life of Nouns and Verbs, or how to get started joyfully with grammar.
Sound interesting? We made a recording! The video is now part of the Ask Cozy Grammar library, included as a bonus with our Complete Curriculum. If you sign up, you can watch it anytime you'd like.
Take a peek and see whether our curriculum might be of service to you.
Intermediate Grammar Level One!
We are delighted to release the updated and greatly expanded Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course, Level One.
If you already have access to our Complete Curriculum, we've just added the course to your account. You can access it via your My Courses page.
If you're currently considering our Complete Curriculum, here's what the Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course Level One offers you:
- The key to learning the language of grammar and how it can reveal how much you already know about words.
- The concept of inflection and how it adds both flexibility and precision to the way you describe people, places, things, and events.
- The secret life of verbs and how you can use them to convey different moods.
- A bonus set of tips for acing the language section of educational exams so you can continue opening the doors to your chosen areas of intellectual and professional exploration.
Here's a still from Lesson 7 with an example of a sentence with not one, not two, not three, not four, but five prepositional phrases.
I hope this finds you and your family healthy and happy.