# Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives Worksheet-4

Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives Worksheet-4

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

A. Smaller         B. Smalliest       C. Smallest        D. Smelliest

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

A. Poorer           B. Poorest          C. More poor    D. Most poor

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

A. Costliest        B. Costlier         C. Most costly   D. More costly

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

A. Kinder           B. Kindlier         C. Kindly            D. Kind

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

A. Smarter        B. Most smart  C. More smart  D. Smartest

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

A. Cleverer        B. Cleverest       C. More clever  D. Most clever

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

A. Hot                 B. Hotter            C. Heat               D. Heater

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

A. Easyer           B. Easier            C. Easiest           D. More easy

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

A. Harder          B. Hardier         C. Hardiest        D. Hardest

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

A. Youngest                                    B. More young

C. Young                                         D. Very young

1. C

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

1. A

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

1. A

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

1. A

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

1. D

Explanation: ‘Smartest’ is the degree of the given adjective.

1. B

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

1. A

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

1. B

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

1. D

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

1. C

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