Comparative adjectives are used to compare two things in English. They can use “er” or “more”. This tests checks your understanding of when to use “er” and when to use “more”. Good luck!
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Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the comparative adjective.
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1. The red jacket is (cheaper) (cheap) than the blue jacket.
2. The shoes are (nicer) (nice) than the boots.
3. The pink socks are (more expensive) (expensive) than the white socks.
4. The brown sweater is (better) (good) than the blue sweater.
5. The chocolate looks (worse) (bad) than the candy.
6. The radio is (newer) (new) than the DVD player.
7. The CDs are (older) (old) than the DVDs.
8. These apples are (brighter) (bright) than those apples.
9. This dress is (more beautiful) (beautiful) than that dress.
10. Those green tomatoes are (sweeter) (sweet) than the red tomatoes.
- 1. The red jacket is (cheaper) (cheap) than the blue jacket.
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