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Degrees Of Comparison Exercise

English adjectives and adverbs recognize three degrees – the positive, the comparative and the superlative. It is usually possible to express the same idea using any of these forms. Note that the structures are different. Study the...

Interchange Of Degrees Of Comparison

We can change the degrees of comparison of an adjective or adverb without changing the meaning of the sentence. Study the example given below. I am as tall as he is. This sentence uses the positive adjective tall. We...

Comparison Using Positive Adjectives And Adverbs

Positive adjectives and adverbs can be used for comparing. Several different grammatical structures are possible. As … as … This structure is used to say that people, things, actions or events are equal in a particular way. A car is as...

Degrees of Comparison

Read the following sentences. John is a good singer. Peter is a good singer. Tom is a good singer. All three of them are good singers. But do they sing equally well? Probably not....

Degrees of comparison worksheet for class 6

Complete the following sentences using appropriate comparative or superlative forms. 1. Is your grandmother any ………………. today? (good) 2. In India May is …………………… than any other month. (hot) 3. Manu is ………………….. than...

Degrees of comparison | Grammar exercise

Complete the following sentences using an adjective or adverb in the appropriate degree of comparison. 1. She is —————— than her sister. a) shorter b) more short c) shortest 2. Fact is —————– than...

Degrees of comparison exercise for grade 6

Complete the following sentences using an adjective in the appropriate degree of comparison. 1. Julie is ——————- than Clara. (smart) 2. Who is the ——————— player in the team? (good) 3. She is as...