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Grammar Lessons: Degrees of Comparison

Grammar Lessons: Degrees of Comparison

Degrees of Comparisons

Degrees of Comparison

Top 100 Adjectives You Should Know

AdjectiveComparativeSuperlative
angryangrierangriest
badworseworst
bigbiggerbiggest
bravebraverbravest
briefbrieferbriefest
brightbrighterbrightest
busybusierbusiest
calmcalmercalmest
cheapcheapcheaper
classyclassierclassiest
cleancleanercleanest
clearclearclearest
clevercleverercleverest
closecloserclosest
coldcoldercoldest
coolcoolercoolest
crazycraziercraziest
creepycreepiercreepiest
cruelcruelercruelest
curlycurlycurliest
cutecutercutest
darkdarkerdarkest
deadlydeadlierdeadliest
deepdeeperdeepest
dirtydirtierdirtiest
drydrierdriest
dumbdumberdumbest
earlyearlierearliest
easyeasiereasiest
farfurther/fartherfurthest/farthest
fastfasterfastest
fatfatterfattest
fewfewerfewest
filthyfilthierfilthiest
finefinerfinest
fitfitterfittest
freshfresherfreshest
friendlyfriendlierfriendliest
funnyfunnierfunniest
goodbetterbest
greatgreatergreatest
guiltyguilterguiltiest
handyhandierhandiest
happyhappierhappiest
hardharderhardest
harshharsherharshest
healthyhealthierhealthiest
heavyheavierheaviest
highhigherhighest
hothotterhottest
hungryhungrierhungriest
juicyjuicierjuiciest
kindkinderkindest
largelargerlargest
latelaterlatest
lazylazierlaziest
lightlighterlightest
lonelylonlierlonliest
longlongerlongest
loudlouderloudest
lovelylovelierloveliest
lowlowerlowest
madmaddermaddest
meanmeanermeanest
messymessiermessiest
narrownarrowernarrowest
nastynastiernastiest
nearnearernearest
neatneaterneatest
newnewernewest
nicenicernicest
noisynoisiernoisiest
oddodderoddest
plainplainerplainest
poorpoorerpoorest
prettyprettierprettiest
proudprouderproudest
purepurerpurest
quickquickerquickest
quietquieterquietest
richricherrichest
riskyriskierriskiest
roughrougherroughest
ruderuderrudest
rustyrustierrustiest
sadsaddersaddest
safesafersafest
scaryscarierscariest
sharpsharpersharpest
shinyshiniershiniest
shortshortershortest
shyshyershyest
sillysilliersilliest
simplesimplersimplest
skinnyskinnierskinniest
slimslimmerslimmest
slowslowerslowest
smallsmallersmallest
smartsmartersmartest
softsoftersoftest
soonsoonersoonest
spicyspicierspiciest
strangestrangerstrangest
strictstricterstrictest
strongstrongerstrongest
sunnysunniersunniest
sweatysweatiersweatiest
sweetsweetersweetest
talltallertallest
tastytastiertastiest
thickthickerthickest
thinthinnerthinnest
tinytiniertiniest
toughtoughertoughest
truetruertruest
uglyuglierugliest
warmwarmerwarmest
weakweakerweakest
wealthywealthierwealthiest
weirdweirderweirdest
widewiderwidest
wildwilderwildest
wisewiserwisest
youngyoungeryoungest

Examples

Sentences using Comparatives

  • My house is larger than yours
  • This car is smaller than the one I have
  • Your dog runs faster than mine
  • Linda and Silvia are both my friends, but I like Linda Better.

Sentences using Superlatives

  • My house is the largest in the neighborhood
  • My car is the smallest car in the parking lot
  • Linda and Silvia are both my friends, but Linda is my best friend

Exercises

  1. In the Wild – Superlative Adjectives
  2. Superlative Adjectives Quiz
  3. Superlative Exercises PDF
  4. Grammar Worksheets Superlatives PDF
  5. Comparatives and Superlatives – National Geographic
  6. Comparatives and Superlaitives – Macmillan Inspiration PDF
  7. Comparative and Superlative Practice PDF
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