Comparison Degree Quiz
Mary / is/ funny/ in our class.
A. Mary is more funny in our class.
B. Mary is the most funny in our class.
C. Mary is the funnyest in our class.
D. Mary is the funniest in our class.
Her cook is … than my mother cook.
I’m positive that I am … than my little brother.
A. more intelligent
B. most intelligent
D. most excellent
Football is ………….. than tennis.
B. more popular
D. the most popular
A. Max is older Sam.
B. Max is oldest than Sam.
C. Max is the older than Sam.
D. Max is older than Sam.
Horses are ……….. than snails.
James / is/ bad/ player / I know.
A. James is the baddest player I know.
B. James is a badder player I know.
C. James is the worst player I know.
D. James is the most worst player I know.
Rama /is / big / Andi
A. Rama is more big than Andi
B. Rama is biger than Andi
C. Rama is bigger than Andi
D. Rama is the most biggest than Andi
Who /is/ tall/ student/ in the class?
A. Who is the most tallest student in the class?
B. Who is the most tall student in the class?
C. Who is the tall student in the class?
D. Who is the tallest student in the class?
Friends are ………… than money.
B. more important
D. the most important
My new job is … than my old job.
C. the best
January is still winter so it is ……. than May.
Sue is ………… at English than me.
D. the best
Paul is eight years old, Tom is nine, and John is ten. Paul is the…
This trip was __________ her last one. (exciting)
A. more exciting than
B. most exciting than
C. excitinger than
D. exciting as
An elephant is _________ than a dog. (heavy)
A. most heavier than
B. more heavier than
C. less heavy than
D. heavier than
This game was even _________ last week’s game. (good)
A. gooder than
B. better than
C. best less
D. less better as
This road is the … in the town.
This lesson is ______________ yesterday’s lesson. (boring)
A. most boring than
B. more boring as
C. boringer than
D. more boring than
My father is ___________________ (busy) my mother.
A. the busiest than my mother.
B. busier than my mother.
C. more busier than my mother.
D. the most busiest than my mother.
Sam / is / good/ swimmer/ his brother
A. Sam is a gooder swimmer than his brother
B. Sam is a beter swimmer than his brother
C. Sam is the goodest swimmer than his brother
D. Sam is a better swimmer than his brother
That whale is — than this dolphin.
C. the biggest
D. the smallest
Lions /are / dangerous /cats.
A. Lions are most dangerous than cats.
B. Lions are more dangerous than cats.
C. Lions are dangerouser than cats.
D. Lions are the most dangerous than cats.
My drawing is _________________ than yours. (colorful)
A. more colorful
B. most colorful
Sam /is/ intelligent/Roy, but/ Jim / is/ intelligent.
A. Sam is more intelligent than Roy, but Jim is the most intelligent.
B. Sam is more intelligenter than Roy, but Jim is the most intelligentest.
C. Sam is more intelligent than Roy, but Jim is the most intelligentest.
D. Sam is intelligenter than Roy, but Jim is the intelligentest.
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