Comparatives and Superlatives: Beer v Guinness

Test your knowledge of Guinness and Beer by reading this post and then test yourself with our quiz. You can also learn some comparatives and superlatives too.

Comparatives and Superlatives: Beer v GuinnessEnglish people like to drink alcohol. They drink it in the pub, in bars and even at home. Remember that it’s not a good idea to drink lots of alcohol so only have it in moderation!

There are 3 types of alcohol which English people really enjoy. They are lager, beer and Guinness and they are drunk in pints or halves.
Check our previous post to learn about English Measurements:


Comparatives and Superlatives: Beer v Guinness


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Which do you prefer – Beer or Guinness (or neither) and why? Tell us in the comments section below

The infographic and questions use lots of comparatives and superlatives. Learn about them by reading our previous posts here:

1. Comparatives

2. Superlatives

3. Language for making comparisons

Comparatives and Superlatives: Beer v Guinness

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