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comparatives/superlatives downloadable worksheets:
Grammar and exercises on the comparative and superlative of adjectives. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a wonderful evening/day.Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 3850

20 test questions about comparatives and superlatives. With these tests I find it easy to identify where students have problems. Hope you also find it useful:))))))))
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 3791

Exercise to practice comparatives
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
Downloads: 3227

comparatives and superlatives test
A useful test about comparatives and superlatives.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 3069

comparative adjectives
This ws is mainly for false beginners. There are some explanations, rules, and oral and written exercises. Hope it will be useful for your students. =)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 2685

Comparatives & Superlatives
I think this will be be the last worksheet on adjectives. It includes two activities. I made it for my students so they can have enough practice on this lesson. I included a balck and white version. Answer key is also included. I hope you like it.
Level: intermediate
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 2639

Comparison of adjectives (BW+key)
Look at the pictures and fill in the gaps using comparatives. Hope you like it and find it useful:-)
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 1952

Students read the information about three boys and do the three exercises in which they have to answer questions, correct information and write sentences using the prompts. I hope you like it and find it useful.
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 1852

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A. Based on the photos, click on the right options!
1. I think cats are  than dogs.                  2. Cheetahs are  than tigers.
3. Elephants are  than lions.            4. Grasshoppers are  than ants.
5. Lions are  than zebras.                 6. Penguins are  than pandas.
7. Are whales as   as sharks?                  8. Dogs are as  as cats, I think.         
B. Check this out: how to form comparatives!
Intelligent  more intelligent than                Playful  more playful  than
Small          smaller than                  Fast    faster than  
Cute           cuter than                     Gentle  gentler than 
Friendly   friendlier than                Scary   scarier than 
Big            bigger than  
Good  better than      Bad  worse than
C. Complete the sentences with the comparative form of the words in blue.
A: Dogs are  (friendly) than cats, I think.
B: Well, yes, but cats are  (cute)!
A: Elephants are  (intelligent) than zebras.
B: True. And they're  (gentle),too. 
A: Are penguins  (good) swimmers than dolphins?
B: I don't know, but dolphins are  (bigthan penguins.
D. Now compare these animals!  
e.g.:  Ants are smaller than (small) grasshoppers.
1.Cheetahs  (fast) tigers.
2. SharkSharkSharks  (scary) whales.
3. Snakes  (bad) spiders.
E. Now observe this:
To show a similarity: 
            ARE +  + QUALITY
 e.g.: Pandas  are   as cute  as cats.
To show a difference: 
        AREN'T +  + QUALITY
e.g.: Sharks aren't as intelligent as whales .
Now tick the correct options.
1. I think cats aren't .......... dogs.
     as gentle             as gentle as               gentle as
2. Are tigers as ...... lions?
     dangerous as      as dangerous as         dangerous
3. I guess zebras are ........ elephants.
     intelligent        as intelligent             as intelligent as
F. While youTick the animals you see in the movie passages.
After youClick on the right options to compare the two scenes!
A: The Donkey scene isn't as  the Puss scene!
B: Really? I think the Donkey scene is .
A: Are the three little cats as   as Puss?
B: Not really: these cats are  than Puss!
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