Comparison of Adjectives – Exercise 2

Task No. 1142

Put in the adjective from the first part of the sentence into the second part in its correct form (comparative or superlative).

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Comparison of Adjectives

Welcome to your Comparison of adjectives in sentences – Exercise 2

1
My dad has a loud voice, but my mother's voice is  than my dad's.
Clue
Use the comparative of LOUD because of THAN. LOUD → LOUDER → THE LOUDEST
2
Susan has a beautiful baby, but my baby is the on earth.
Clue
Use the superlative of BEAUTIFUL because of THE. BEAUTIFUL → MORE BEAUTIFUL → THE MOST BEAUTIFUL
3
I live in a large house, but my brother lives in a house.
Clue
Use the comparative of LARGE because of A. LARGE → LARGER → THE LARGEST
4
We have only little time to do this, but tomorrow we'll have even time.
Clue
Use the comparative of LITTLE because of EVEN. LITTLE → LESS → THE LEAST
5
Petra is clever, but Susan is than Petra.
Clue
Use the comparative of CLEVER because of THAN. CLEVER → CLEVERER/MORE CLEVER → THE CLEVEREST/THE MOST CLEVER
6
Today is cold, but yesterday was the this year.
Clue
Use the superlative of OLD because of THE. OLD → OLDER → THE OLDEST
7
A horse is heavy. An elephant is much than a horse.
Clue
Use the comparative of HEAVY because of THAN. HEAVY → HEAVIER → THE HEAVIEST
8
The maths test was difficult, but biology test was .
Clue
Use the comparative of DIFFICULT. DIFFICULT → MORE DIFFICULT → THE MOST DIFFICULT
9
Spain is sunny. Do you know the place in Europe?
Clue
Use the superlative of SUNNY because of THE. SUNNY → SUNNIER → THE SUNNIEST
10
Jake is a successful business man, but his brother is  than Jake.
Clue
Use the comparative of SUCCESSFUL because of THAN. SUCCESSFUL → MORE SUCCESSFUL → THE MOST SUCCESSFUL