Comparative and Superlative Adjectives Quiz

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Which of the following is a correct comparative degree of the adjective 'happy'?

Happier

What is the superlative degree of the adjective 'beautiful'?

Most beautiful

Which of the following is the correct comparative form of the adjective 'famous'?

More famous

Which of the following is the correct comparative form of the adjective 'intelligent'?

More intelligent

What is the superlative degree of the adjective 'difficult'?

Most difficult

Which of the following is a correct comparative degree of the adjective 'exciting'?

More exciting

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Comparative and Superlative Degrees of Adjectives

  • The comparative degree of 'happy' is 'happier'.
  • The superlative degree of 'beautiful' is 'most beautiful'.
  • The comparative form of 'famous' is 'more famous'.
  • The comparative form of 'intelligent' is 'more intelligent'.
  • The superlative degree of 'difficult' is 'most difficult'.
  • A correct comparative degree of 'exciting' is 'more exciting'.

Test your knowledge of comparative and superlative degrees of adjectives with this English 6 quiz. Identify correct forms for adjectives such as 'happy,' 'beautiful,' and 'famous' and strengthen your understanding of comparative and superlative forms.

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