Degrees of Comparison Exercise 4

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 4

Complete the following sentences by filling in the correct form of the adjective.
1.
My computer is (fast) than your old laptop.
2.
Arnold Schwarzenegger was (muscular) than me.
3.
My brother can shout (louder) than my sister.
4.
Today is the (good) day of the year.
5.
Make sure your story is (interesting) than last time.
6.
Her coat is (soft) than her scarf.
7.
He is the (arrogant) person I have ever met.
8.
This room is (crowded) than the entrance.
9.
The test was a lot (easy) than I expected.
10.
JK Rowling is the (gifted) author of the century.

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