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Degrees Of Comparison Worksheet For Class 3 CBSE

Fill in the blanks using an adjective of the appropriate degree of comparison. 1. He showed the …………………… concern for me. (little) 2. This website is ………………………… than that website. (helpful) 3. Rubber is ……………………… than wood. (soft) 4. Oil is …………………. than water. (thick) 5. You are the ………………………… woman I have ever met. …

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Degrees of Comparison Exercise for Class 5 CBSE

Fill in the blanks with an adjective of the appropriate degree of comparison. 1. It took …………………….. than I expected. (long) 2. She is the ……………………… woman I have ever met. (beautiful) 3. We have cooked ……………………. food than we can eat. (much) 4. This is by far the ………………………. holiday I had. (good) 5. …

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Degrees of Comparison Exercise for Class 3

Fill in the blanks with an adjective of the appropriate degree of comparison. 1. She is …………………… than me. (tall) 2. You are …………………….. than him. (clever) 3. Iron is …………………….. than gold. (cheap) 4. Wood is ……………………….. than metal. (light) 5. This colour is ……………………… than that colour. (bright) 6. She sings …………………… than …

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Change Degrees Of Comparison Without Changing The Meaning | Class 10 Grammar Worksheets

Rewrite the following sentences without changing the meaning using an adjective of a different degree. This class 10 grammar worksheet is helpful for students preparing for class 10 English exam conducted by various state boards like Tamil Nadu Board and MH Board. You can learn more about degrees of comparison here. 1. Mumbai is the …

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Degrees of Comparison Worksheet for Class 10 | Kerala SSLC English Chapter 1 Grammar |

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the adjective or adverb. An English adjective or adverb has three degrees of comparison. They are – positive, comparative and superlative. 1. No other bird is as ……………… as the crow. (clever, cleverer, cleverest) 2. The grey mongoose was ………………. than the cobra. (aggressive, more aggressive, …

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Degrees Of Comparison Exercise For Class 7

Fill in the blanks with an adjective of the appropriate degree of comparison. 1. She is ……………………….. than me. a) more tall b) taller c) more taller d) tallest 2. This is the …………………………. course of action. a) most wisest b) wisest c) more wise d) most wiser 3. He is ………………………….. than anyone else. …

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Degrees Of Comparison Worksheet For Class 3

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the adjectives. English adjectives recognize three degrees – positive, comparative and superlative. In the case of adjectives of one or two syllables, the comparatives and superlatives are formed by adding -er and -est to the positive. Clever – cleverer – cleverest Small – smaller – smallest …

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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 sentence given below. Tiruvalluvar is the greatest of Tamil poets. This sentence uses the superlative adjective greatest. We can express the same idea …

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