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Degrees of Adjectives

A. Fill in the table with the right degree of the adjectives.

Adjective Comparative of Superiority Comparative of Equality Comparative of Inferiority Superlative of Superiority
small

long

fat

big

pretty

noisy

bad

good

intelligent

interesting

pleasant

delicious

 
 
B. Use the Comparative of Superiority. Choose the correct option.
1. New York is  Lisbon.
2. A Rolls Royce is  a Volkswagen.
3. English is  German.
4. Peter is  John.
5. Coffee is  tea in Portugal.
6. A motorbike is  a bike.
7. Cities are  towns.
8. These Jeans are  the other ones.
9. A rainy day is  a windy day.
10. Roses are  daisies.
 
 
 
C. Fill in the gaps with the correct degree of the adjectives in brackets.
                                            
  Kilo: 2€                      Kilo: 0,75€                 Kilo: 1,15€                   Kilo: 0,75€ 
 
1. The strawberries are    (expensive) the bananas.
2. The pears are   (expensive) the oranges.
3. The oranges are  (cheap) the bananas.
4. The strawberries are    (expensive) of all.
5. For me, the  (tasty) fruit is the strawberry.
6. The pears are  (juicy) the oranges.
7. Carla doesn't like pears. She thinks it's the   (bad) fruit she has ever tasted.
8. Portuguese typical food is considered one of  (good) in the world.
9. The pear is not   (caloric)  the banana.
10. The  (heavy) orange in the world weighs 3,44kg.
 
 
 
 

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                                                                Cristina Teixeira
 
 
             
 
 
 

 

       

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