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4.1 Compare w/ Adj.

Comparing with Adjectives

QuestionAnswer
Add ____ to most adjectives to compare two things. er
Use _____ with long adjectives to compare two things. more
Add _____ to most adjectives to compare three or more things. est
Use _____ with long adjectives to compare three or more things. most
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Clothing for children is ________ (small) than clothing for adults. smaller
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Clothing for babies is the ________(small) of all. smallest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: The lemonade was the _______ (refreshing) beverage at the party. most refreshing
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: It was definitely ______ (refreshing) than the fruit punch. more refreshing
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Judging by what she ate, my sister was _______ (hungry) than my brother. hungrier
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Usually he is the ______ (hungry) person at the table. hungriest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: The music at the party was the ______ (loud) I've ever heard. loudest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: It was even _______ (loud) than the music on the Fourth of July. louder
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: A burn from a hot stove is _______ (painful) than a paper cut. more painful
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: The _______ (painful) injury I've ever had was a broken ankle. most painful
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: She is the ________(generous) person I know. most generous
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Denise is a ________ (skillful)artist than I am. more skillful
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Her mother was the _______ (calm) one there. calmest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: It was the ________ (great) night of the year. greatest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: I'd like a ______ (small) slice of cake than that, please. smaller
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: LaToya is the _______ (kind) person I know. kindest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Of all our houses, Marco's house is the ______ (near) one to the school. nearest
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: Marsha is a _______ (talented) singer than Carlos. more talented
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: However, Carlos is the _______ (gifted) bass player in the school. most gifted
Use er, est, more, or most to the adjective in parentheses. Sentence: I am a ______ (fast) reader than a writer. faster
Created by: ashleymohn