 # Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives Worksheet-5

Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives Worksheet-5

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

A. Expensivest                               B. Expensive

C. More expensive                        D. Most expensive

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

A. Gooder          B. Better            C. Goodest         D. Best

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

A. Crazier          B. Crazyest        C. Craziest         D. Most crazy

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

A. Old                 B. Oldest            C. Eld                 D. Eldest

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

A. Most tiny      B. Tinier             C. More tiny      D. Tiniest

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

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

A. Juiciest          B. Juicier           C. Most juicy     D. More juicy

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

A. Windier         B. Very windy   C. Windy            D. More windier

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

A. Thicker                                      B. Most thickest

C. More thicker                             D. Thickest

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

A. Thinner                                      B. More thinner

C. Most thinner                             D. Thinnest

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

A. Cunninger                                 B. Most cunning

C. Cunningest                                D. More cunning

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

A. Farther          B. Further         C. Far                 D. Fur

1. D

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

1. B

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

1. C

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

1. A

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

1. D

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

1. B

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

1. A

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

1. C

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

1. D

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

1. A

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

1. B

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

1. C

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