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Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Comparatives and superlatives are special adjectives that compare two (comparatives) or more (superlatives) things. Most comparatives are formed by adding -er to an adjective, and most superlatives are formed by adding -est. Superlatives are usually preceded by the (the fastest).

Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

Test your knowledge of comparative and superlative forms of adjectives with these 12 multiple-choice questions. Choose the correct option for each question and see how well you understand these important English language concepts

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What is the superlative form of the adjective "smart"?

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Which sentence uses the comparative form correctly?

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Choose the correct form of the adjective to complete the sentence: "Mount Everest is _____ mountain in the world."

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Which sentence uses the superlative form correctly?

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Complete the sentence with the correct form of the adjective: "Of all the students, Maria is _____.

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What is the comparative form of the adjective "interesting"?

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Choose the correct form of the adjective to complete the sentence: "This is _____ movie I have ever seen."

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Which sentence uses the comparative form correctly?

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What is the superlative form of the adjective "famous"?

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Complete the sentence with the correct form of the adjective: "This is _____ film I've ever seen."

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Which sentence uses the superlative form correctly?

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What is the comparative form of the adjective "expensive"?

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