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Adjectives with er and est
Some adjectives end in -er and -est. These adjectives compare nouns. Adjectives that end with -er compare two things. Adjectives that end with -est compare three or more things. Choose the correct adjective in parenthesis to complete each sentence. Write the adjective on the line. 1. 2. 3. Martin is ________________ than Marcia. (old, older, oldest) That is a very ________________ car. (small, smaller, smallest) Mount Everest is the ________________ mountain in the world. (high, higher, highest) 4. This is the ________________ blanket in the house. (warm, warmer, warmest) 5. Maria is ________________ than Jan right now. (happy, happier, happiest) 6. That was the ________________ hot fudge sundae I've ever eaten. (big, bigger, biggest) 7. 8. Katrina ran even ________________ than I did. (fast, faster, fastest) January is the ________________ month of the year. (cold, colder, coldest) 9. 10. That is a very ________________ fishing pole. (long, longer, longest) Mr. Jones is the ________________ teacher in the school. (nice, nicer, nicest)

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Adjectives with er and est
Some adjectives end in -er and -est. These adjectives compare nouns. Adjectives that end with -er compare two things. Adjectives that end with -est compare three or more things. Choose the correct adjective in parenthesis to complete each sentence. Write the adjective on the line. 1. 2. 3. Martin is older than Marcia. (old, older, oldest) That is a very small car. (small, smaller, smallest) Mount Everest is the highest mountain in the world. (high, higher, highest) 4. This is the warmest blanket in the house. (warm, warmer, warmest) 5. Maria is happier than Jan right now. (happy, happier, happiest) 6. That was the biggest hot fudge sundae I've ever eaten. (big, bigger, biggest) 7. 8. Katrina ran even faster than I did. (fast, faster, fastest) January is the coldest month of the year. (cold, colder, coldest) 9. 10. That is a very long fishing pole. (long, longer, longest) Mr. Jones is the nicest teacher in the school. (nice, nicer, nicest)

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