Fill in the comparative and superlative forms of the adjectives by Y4ErsGI5

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									Fill in the comparative and superlative forms of the adjectives.


Example:          new _____ ______

Answer:           new newer newest



1. old

2. bad

3. difficult

4. large

5. good

6. big

7. easy

8. much

9. little

10. interesting

Fill in all the gaps with the right forms of the adjectives.


Example:          ____ newer ______

Answer:           new newer newest



1.                older

2.                              worst

3. difficult

4.                              largest

5. much

6.                better

7.                              biggest

8.                less

9.                easier

10. many

11.                              cleverest

12. interesting

Fill in the missing words into the gaps.


Example:          long - longer; big - ______

Answer:           long - longer; big - bigger
1. strong - stronger;        good -

2. coldest - colder;     happiest -

3. nice - nicer;     bad -

4. angry - angrier;      much -

5. more boring - boring;        sunnier -

6. more interesting - most interesting;      worse -

7. hard - hardest;      new -

8. most expensive - more expensive;         cleanest -

Fill in the missing words into the gaps.



     Positive                         Comparative        Superlative
     crazy
     popular
     brave
     boring
     few
     plain
     cruel
     fast
     eastern
     good

Fill in the missing words into the gaps.



     Positive                         Comparative        Superlative
     common
     hard
     large
     dangerous
     jealous
     light
     deep
    furious
    soft
    lazy

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Hello,
My name is Susan. I'm forteen and I life in Germany. My hobbys are go to discos,
sometimes I hear music in the radio. In the summer I go bathing in a lake. I
haven't any brothers or sisters. We take busses to scool. I visit form 9 at my
school. My birthday is on Friday. I hope I will become a new guitar.
I'm looking forward to get a e-mail from you.

Yours,
Susan

								
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