Comparative Degree (Adverb) Quizzes


Preview 5 Quizzes about Comparative Degree (Adverb)

Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

A. Each day, he breathed harder and harder.
B. Each day, he breathed hardest and hardest.
C. Each day, he breathed the hardest and the hardest.


Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

A. The wind blew strongest and knocked down the hiker.
B. The wind blew strongly and knocked down the hiker.
C. The wind blew the stronger and knocked down the hiker.


Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

A. The man waved a red flag desperate.
B. The man waved a red flag desperately.
C. The man waved a red flag desperatly.


Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

A. He waited the most patiently of anyone for a rescue.
B. He waited the most patient of anyone for a rescue.
C. He waited more patiently of anyone for a rescue.


Choose the sentence that is written correctly.

A. The sun shined brightly in the sky.
B. The sun shined brightely in the sky.
C. The sun shiny in the sky.


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