Comparative Adverbs Quiz
The boy walked (more carefully, carefullier, most carefully) down the steps than the girl.
A. more carefully
C. most carefully
Melissa walked into the classroom (loudly, more loudly, loudlier) than Ben.
B. more loudly
Hudson walked through the haunted house (more bravely, most bravely, bravelier) than his brother.
A. more bravely
B. most bravely
Mike worked ________________on his school work this year than last year.
B. more hard
I speak English _________________ now than last year.
A. more fluently
B. more fluent
She smiled _______________________ than before.
C. more happily
Mary drives __________ than she used to
B. more carefully.
D. most carefully
Ryan finished his work (quicklier, more quickly, quickliest) than Shannon.
B. more quickly
We walked _______________________ than the rest of the people.
A. more slowly
Ron arrived at the movie theater (earlier, earliest) than Derrick, so he bought the tickets.
Jim can run ______________________ than John.
C. more fastly
She treated me _________________ than them all.
A. more polite
B. more politely
Jim threw the ball __________________________ than Peter.
B. more far
They called us _________________ in the afternoon.
C. more lately
Our team played ____________ than last time.
C. more badly
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