Degrees of Comparison Exercise 1

Adjectives are used to give more information about nouns. You can also use them to compare objects or people. This is done by using the degrees of comparison.

This is an exercise in which you need to fill in the correct form of the adjective. Use the correct suffix (er/est) or put the right word in front of the adjective (more/most).

You can find the exercise below:

Degrees of Comparison Exercise 1

Complete the following sentences by filling in the correct form of the adjective.
1.
My boss is the (fast) worker I know.
2.
Our house is a lot (big) that your house.
3.
Brad Pitt is a (good) actor than Adam Sandler.
4.
This is the (depressing) meal I have ever eaten.
5.
Luckily for me, I am (smart) than my brother.
6.
Harry is as (tall) John.
7.
The streets are (wet) than yesterday.
8.
My sister’s new speaker is (loud) than my old one.
9.
Mount Everest is (high) than Ayers Rock.
10.
Elon Musk is (rich) than Bill Gates.

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