Comparative and Superlative Practice Exercises

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Comparative and Superlative Practice Exercises

Practice Exercise

Determine which form of comparative or superlative adjective or adverb best completes each sentence.

  1. Mike worked (harder, more hard) at his studies this marking period; his (most low, lowest) spelling score was only a 94.
  2. Monday's weather is supposed to be (hot, hotter) than yesterday's.
  3. Shelby is (more good, better) at crossword puzzles than I am.
  4. Raj arrived at the movie theater (earlier, earliest) than Derek, so he bought the tickets.
  5. Hannah's backyard is (larger, more large) than mine.
  6. JoAnn swam the (fastest, most fast) in the race.
  7. Tham is the (precisest, most precise) with his calculations.
  8. The (best, more better) price offered in the catalog was $9.99.
  9. This glass of iced tea is (sweeter, sweetest) than the other one.
  10. The youngster walked (more carefully, more careful) down the steps.


  1. harder, lowest
  2. hotter
  3. better
  4. earlier
  5. larger
  6. fastest
  7. most precise
  8. best
  9. sweeter
  10. more carefully
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