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Comparatives & Superlatives
Comparatives and superlatives are special forms of adjectives that are used to compare two or more things. Generally, you add -er endings with comparatives and -est endings with superlatives.
Amanda is__________than Ramona. (tall)
Who is the __________ person in the class? (tall)
Mina is _______ than Nita. (short)
Who is the_________person in the class? (short)
Mrs. Damian class size is _______than the Mrs. Andrews. (big)
Is our class size the _________? (big)
The apples were ________ than the oranges. (cheap)
The bananas were the ________ fruit in the store. (cheap)
I did _______ on my Health quiz than I did on my listening test. (good)
I did _______on my listening test than I did on my Health quiz. (not good)
Sara is _______ than Lucy. (pretty)
Rachel is the _______ girl in the class. (pretty)
A rabbit runs ______ than a turtle. (fast)
Usain Bolt is the world's _______ runner. (fast)
Angela can run far, but Mohamed can run _________ than her.
Winnipeg is the _________ city in Canada. (cold)
A turtle runs _______ than a rabbit. (slow)
Let's have a race to see who is the _______ runner. (slow)
Jim is _______ than Dan. (old)
Who is the ______ person in the class? (old)
Sophia is __________than Mario. (young)
Who is the ________ person in the class? (young)
Some say grammar is _________. (hard)
Some say the listening activities are the _________. (hard)
My dog Buddy is ________ than my dog Tank. (small)
Prince Edward Island is the _______ province in Canada. (small)
Last week it was _____ in Florida than in Pennsylvania. (hot)
Last week it was the ________ in Mexico. (hot)
Our class is ______when we go for walks. (happy)
Our class is the ________ when we have class parties. (happy)