Yellow Level Quiz #3 – Comparatives and Superlatives (ANSWERS)

Part A.

Directions: Complete each sentence with the comparative form. The words in parentheses are adjectives or adverbs. (10 points)

1. She is older than I am. (old)

2. These shoes are more expensive than those shoes. (expensive)

3. I think this pizza tastes better than the one we ordered from them the last time. (good)

4. The weather today is worse than it was yesterday. (bad)

5. Jorge got home much later last night than he ever has. (late)

6. The state of Minnesota is a lot bigger than the state of Delaware. (big)

7. I wake up much earlier now than I did when I was younger. (early)

8. The sun is farther away from the earth than the moon. (far)

9. Spanish is an easier language to learn than English. (easy)

10. Riding a motorcycle is more dangerous than riding a bike. (dangerous)


Part B.

Directions: Complete each sentence in the superlative form. The words in parentheses are adjectives. (10 points)

1. This is the most expensive car I have every owned. (expensive)

2. Maria is one of the best players on the team. (good)

3. The coldest month of the year in Minnesota is January. (cold)

4. He is the hardest working employee in the company. (hard)

5. Who has the best solution for fixing economic problems in the U.S.? (good)

6. Many Americans think George Bush has been the worst President we have ever had. (bad)

7. We had the most fun on our vacation last year. (fun)

8. A good education is the most important experience for a young person. (important)

9. That was the funniest story that I have ever heard. (funny)

10. Which country has the tallest building? (tall)


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