three syllable adjectives

Forming Comparative and Superlative Adjectives You are here One-syllable adjectives. Form the comparative and superlative forms of a one-syllable adjective by adding –er for the comparative

when do children start using three syllable words

We’ve been baffled by the vocabulary she has and lack thereof. I think I expected a toddler to start saying easy short words. Colors, action words like more or up/ down…. since Christmas she has said things like "Merry Christmas", "hamburger", "basketball" and today she has been saying "bicycle"! I found another post on the subject:

Berlin, Germany

Berlin is the Gemini child of Europe with its duality of rich history and passionate pursuit of modernism. Its flexibility is characterized by its tolerant сulture that not only accepts change, but appears to embrace it. Don’t procrastinate about visiting Berlin. This city is approaching the end of a sizeable transitional phase. It is steadily…

Studying French in France

If you’ve ever wanted to study abroad, consider France. French is a beautiful language and France offers many many things to help you learn, relax, and have fun. Whether you want to go to the countryside for a nice, peaceful trip, or visit the bustling streets of Paris for a rich, cultural experience, France is a great place to study abroad. In…

I would like to learn more about studying in China

China is a most intriguing place for Westerners.  With an ancient, tumultuous and exciting history, China offers a whole new world to today’s student.  As the obvious best place to go to learn Mandarin Chinese, it is also a place where art, architecture, history, beautiful landscapes, and so much more can be explored.  Formerly a nation closed to…