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Fill in the words in brackets as adjective or adverb.

1) He reads a book. (quick)


2) Mandy is a girl. (pretty)
3) The class is loud today. (terrible)
4) Max is a singer. (good)
5) You can open this tin. (easy)
6) It's a day today. (terrible)
7) She sings the song . (good)
8) He is a driver. (careful)
9) He drives the car . (careful)
10) The dog barks . (loud)

Fill in the words in brackets as adjective or adverb.
1) The bus driver was injured. (serious)
2) Kevin is clever. (extreme)
3) This hamburger tastes . (awful)
4) Be with this glass of milk. It's hot. (careful)
5) Robin looks . What's the matter with him? (sad)
6) Jack is upset about losing his keys. (terrible)
7) This steak smells . (good)
8) Our basketball team played last Friday. (bad)
9) Don't speak so . I can't understand you. (fast)
10) Maria opened her present. (slow)

ANSWERS
1) He quickly reads a book.
2) Mandy is a pretty girl.
3) The class is terribly loud today.
4) Max is a good singer.
5) You can easily open this tin.
6) It's a terrible day today.
7) She sings the song well.
8) He is a careful driver.
9) He drives the car carefully.
10) The dog barks loudly.


ANSWERS
1) The bus driver was seriously injured.
2) Kevin is extremely clever.
3) This hamburger tastes awful.
4) Be careful with this glass of milk. It's hot.
5) Robin looks sad. What's the matter with him?
6) Jack is terribly upset about losing his keys.
7) This steak smells good.
8) Our basketball team played badly last Friday.
9) Don't speak so fast. I can't understand you.
10) Maria slowly opened her present.

Adjectives - Comparison - Exercise 2

Fill in all the gaps with the correct forms of the adjectives.


Toggle example
1) - longer -
2) - - worst
3) modern - -
4) - - nicest
5) - - nearest
6) - - flattest
7) popular - -
8) - happier -
9) many - -
10) exciting - -


ANSWERS

1) long - longer - longest
2) bad - worse - worst
3) modern - more modern - most modern
4) nice - nicer - nicest
5) near - nearer - nearest
6) flat - flatter - flattest
7) popular - more popular - most popular
8) happy - happier - happiest
9) many - more - most
10) exciting - more exciting - most exciting





Fill in the comparative and superlative forms of the adjectives.
1) old - -
2) bad - -
3) difficult - -
4) large - -
5) good - -
6) big - -
7) easy - -
8) much - -
9) little - -
10) interesting - -


Answers
1) old - older - oldest
2) bad - worse - worst
3) difficult - more difficult - most difficult
4) large - larger - largest
5) good - better - best
6) big - bigger - biggest
7) easy - easier - easiest
8) much - more - most
9) little - less - least
10) interesting - more interesting - most interesting
Adjectives - Comparison - Exercise 3
Fill in the missing words into the gaps. Mind the first two words in each task.
1) strong - stronger; good -
2) coldest - colder; happiest -
3) nice - nicer; bad -
4) angry - angrier; much -
5) more boring - boring; sunnier -
6) more interesting - most interesting; worse -
7) hard - hardest; new -
8) most expensive - expensive; cleanest -
9) fast - fastest; old -
10) shortest - short; most difficult -

ANSWERS
1) strong - stronger; good - better
2) coldest - colder; happiest - happier
3) nice - nicer; bad - worse
4) angry - angrier; much - more
5) more boring - boring; sunnier - sunny
6) more interesting - most interesting; worse - worst
7) hard - hardest; new - newest
8) most expensive - expensive; cleanest - clean
9) fast - fastest; old - oldest
10) shortest - short; most difficult - difficult
Comparison of adjectives in sentences - Exercise 1


Put in the adjective in bold from the first sentence into the second sentence in its correct form
(comparative or superlative).
1) This is a nice cat. It's much than my friend's cat.
2) Here is Emily. She's six years old. Her brother is nine, so he is .
3) This is a difficult exercise. But the exercise with an asterisk (*) is the exercise
on the worksheet.
4) He has an interesting hobby, but my sister has the hobby in the world.
5) In the last holidays I read a good book, but father gave me an even one last
weekend.
6) School is boring, but homework is than school.
7) Skateboarding is a dangerous hobby. Bungee jumping is than skateboarding.
8) This magazine is cheap, but that one is .
9) We live in a small house, but my grandparents' house is even than ours.
10) Yesterday John told me a funny joke. This joke was the joke I've ever heard.

ANSWERS
1) This is a nice cat. It's much nicer than my friend's cat.
2) Here is Emily. She's six years old. Her brother is nine, so he is older.
3) This is a difficult exercise. But the exercise with an asterisk (*) is the most difficult exercise on
the worksheet.
4) He has an interesting hobby, but my sister has the most interesting hobby in the world.
5) In the last holidays I read a good book, but father gave me an even better one last weekend.
6) School is boring, but homework is more boring than school.
7) Skateboarding is a dangerous hobby. Bungee jumping is more dangerous than skateboarding.
8) This magazine is cheap, but that one is cheaper.
9) We live in a small house, but my grandparents' house is even smaller than ours.
10) Yesterday John told me a funny joke. This joke was the funniest joke I've ever heard.



Comparison of adjectives with as ... as


Use either as as or not as as in the sentences below.
1) The blue car is the red car. (fast)
2) Peter is Fred. (not/tall)
3) The violin is the cello. (not/low)
4) This copy is the other one. (bad)
5) Oliver is Peter. (optimistic)
6) Today it's yesterday. (not/windy)
7) The tomato soup was the mushroom soup. (delicious)
8) Grapefruit juice is lemonade. (not/sweet)
9) Nick is Kevin. (brave)
10) Silver is gold. (not/heavy)


ANSWERS
1) The blue car is as fast as the red car.
2) Peter is not as tall as Fred.
3) The violin is not as low as the cello.
4) This copy is as bad as the other one.
5) Oliver is as optimistic as Peter.
6) Today it's not as windy as yesterday.
7) The tomato soup was as delicious as the mushroom soup.
8) Grapefruit juice is not as sweet as lemonade.
9) Nick is as brave as Kevin.
10) Silver is not as heavy as gold.
Comparison of adverbs in English
Compare the following adverbs.
1) fast - -
2) well - -
3) carefully - -
4) often - -
5) badly - -
6) hard - -
7) clearly - -
8) little - -
9) much - -
10) early - -

ANSWERS
1) fast - faster - fastest
2) well - better - best
3) carefully - more carefully - most carefully
4) often - more often - most often
5) badly - worse - worst
6) hard - harder - hardest
7) clearly - more clearly - most clearly
8) little - less - least
9) much - more - most
10) early - earlier - earliest

Form adverbs to the given adjectives.

1) perfect -
2) quiet -
3) careful -
4) regular -
5) nice -
6) terrible -
7) heavy -
8) good -
9) hard -
10) fantastic -
ANSWERS
1) perfect - perfectly
2) quiet - quietly
3) careful - carefully
4) regular - regularly
5) nice - nicely
6) terrible - terribly
7) heavy - heavily
8) good - well
9) hard - hard
10) fantastic fantastically

Position af adverbs(Rewrite the complete sentence using the adverb in
brackets in its usual position. )
1) Our friends must write a test. (also)

2) I was joking. (only)

3) Did you enjoy the flight? (both)

4) Mary watches TV. (hardly) (ever)

5) He drives his car. (carefully)

6) The children play football. (in the garden)

7) We went to the cinema. (yesterday)

8) John fell off the bike. (almost)

9) Her boyfriend will buy her some flowers. (probably)

10) My uncle is moving to Stockholm soon. (definitely)


ANSWERS
1) Our friends must write a test.
Our friends must also write a test.
2) I was joking.
I was only joking.
3) Did you enjoy the flight?
Did you both enjoy the flight?
4) Mary watches TV.
Mary hardly ever watches TV.
5) He drives his car.
He drives his car carefully.
6) The children play football.
The children play football in the garden.
7) We went to the cinema.
We went to the cinema yesterday.
8) John fell off the bike.
John almost fell off the bike.
9) Her boyfriend will buy her some flowers.
Her boyfriend will probably buy her some flowers.
10) My uncle is moving to Stockholm soon.
My uncle is definitely moving to Stockholm soon.



1) He listens to the radio. (often)

2) They read a book. (sometimes)

3) Pete gets angry. (never)

4) Tom is very friendly. (usually)

5) I take sugar in my coffee. (sometimes)

6) Ramon and Frank are hungry. (often)

7) My grandmother goes for a walk in the evening. (always)

8) Walter helps his father in the kitchen. (usually)

9) They watch TV in the afternoon. (never)

10) Christine smokes. (never)
ANSWERS
1) He listens to the radio.
He often listens to the radio.
2) They read a book.
They sometimes read a book.
3) Pete gets angry.
Pete never gets angry.
4) Tom is very friendly.
Tom is usually very friendly.
5) I take sugar in my coffee.
I sometimes take sugar in my coffee.
6) Ramon and Frank are hungry.
Ramon and Frank are often hungry.
7) My grandmother goes for a walk in the evening.
My grandmother always goes for a walk in the evening.
8) Walter helps his father in the kitchen.
Walter usually helps his father in the kitchen.
9) They watch TV in the afternoon.
They never watch TV in the afternoon.
10) Christine smokes.
Christine never smokes.


1) Have you been to London? (ever)

2) Peter doesn't get up before seven. (usually)

3) Our friends must write tests. (often)

4) They go swimming in the lake. (sometimes)

5) The weather is bad in November. (always)

6) Peggy and Frank are late. (usually)

7) I have met him before. (never)

8) John watches TV. (seldom)

9) I was in contact with my sister. (often)

10) She will love him. (always)


ANSWERS
1) Have you been to London?
Have you ever been to London?
2) Peter doesn't get up before seven.
Peter doesn't usually get up before seven.
3) Our friends must write tests.
Our friends must often write tests.
4) They go swimming in the lake.
They sometimes go swimming in the lake.
5) The weather is bad in November.
The weather is always bad in November.
6) Peggy and Frank are late.
Peggy and Frank are usually late.
7) I have met him before.
I have never met him before.
8) John watches TV.