Comparative and Superlative Adjectives for Grade 4

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Which adjective is in the comparative form?

better

What is the superlative form of the adjective 'far'?

farthest

Which sentence uses a comparative adjective correctly?

This cake is more delicious than the one we had yesterday.

What is the comparative form of the adjective 'many'?

more

Which sentence uses a superlative adjective correctly?

This is the biggest house on the street.

Study Notes

Comparative Adjectives

  • We use comparative adjectives to compare two things.
  • We add -er to the adjective to form the comparative, but not for irregular adjectives.
  • For example: big → bigger, hot → hotter, but good → better (irregular).

Superlative Adjectives

  • We use superlative adjectives to compare three or more things.
  • We add -est to the adjective to form the superlative, but not for irregular adjectives.
  • For example: big → biggest, hot → hottest, but good → best (irregular).

Irregular Adjectives

  • Some adjectives have irregular comparative and superlative forms.
  • For example: far → farther/best, old → older/oldest, and bad → worse/worst.

Test your knowledge on comparative and superlative forms of adjectives, including irregular ones, suitable for grade 4 students. Learn to identify and use correct forms of adjectives in sentences. Practice with various examples and exercises.

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