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Comparatives and Superlatives Exercises

The correct use of the comparative and superlative forms is a key ingredient in expressing opinions.

Read the sentences below to remember how comparatives are formed. Give the comparative form for each of the adjectives listed and click on the arrow to check your answer.

  • Joanna is more attractive than Gosia.

  • I think Hania is happier now than a year ago.

  • Could you open the window, please? It's very hot in here!

 

  • interesting
  • weak
  • funny
  • important
  • careful
  • bad
  • big
  • far
  • small
  • polluted
  • boring
  • angry
  • good

Read the sentences below to remember how comparatives are formed. Give the superlative form for each of the adjectives listed and click on the arrow to check your answer.

 

  • London has got to be the most exciting city in the world.

  • His biggest desire is to finish his doctorate.

  • Cezary is probably the tidiest person I know.

 

  • interesting
  • weak
  • funny
  • good
  • important
  • careful
  • big
  • bad
  • small
  • far
  • polluted
  • boring
  • angry