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