 # Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives Worksheet-2

Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives Worksheet-2

1. Give the superlative degree of the given adjective: lucky

A. Luckyest       B. Luckiest        C. Luckier          D. More lucky

1. Give the superlative degree of the given adjective: Cold

A. Colder           B. More cold     C. Most cold      D. Coldest

1. Give the positive degree of the given adjective: Larger

A. Large             B. Largest                   C. Larg               D. More large

1. Give the comparative degree of the given adjective: Closest

A. Close              B. Closer            C. More close    D. Closing

1. Give the superlative degree of the given adjective: Active

A. Activer           B. Activist          C. Most active   D. Very active

1.  Give the positive degree of the given adjective: Latest

A. Last                B. Late                C. Least              D. Later

1. Give the superlative degree of the given adjective: Near

A. Nearer           B. Nearest         C. Most near     D. More near

1. Give the comparative degree of the given adjective: Difficult

A. Difficulter                                 B. Difficultest

C. Most difficult                            D. More difficult

1. Give the positive degree of the given adjective: Heaviest

A. Heavier         B. Heave            C. Heavy            D. Heaver

1. Give the superlative degree of the given adjective: Rich

A. Richer           B. Most rich      C. Richest          D. Richiest

1. B

Explanation: ‘Luckiest’ is the superlative degree of the given adjective.

1. D

Explanation: ‘Coldest’ is the superlative degree of the given adjective.

1. A

Explanation: ‘Large’ is the positive degree of the given adjective.

1. B

Explanation: ‘Closer’ is the comparative degree of the given adjective.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Most active’ is the superlative degree of the given adjective.

1. B

Explanation: ‘Late’ is the positive degree of the given adjective

1. B

Explanation: ‘Nearest’ is the superlative degree of the given adjective.

1. D

Explanation: ‘More difficult’ is the comparative degree of the given adjective.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Heavy’ is the positive degree of the given adjective.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Richest’ is the superlative degree of the given adjective. 