Adverbs-Comparative/Superlatives
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by Esteban Martinez
| 5 Questions
Read each sentence. Is there a mistake with the comparative or superlative
adverb? Circle the letter of your response.
1
1
Will laughed more hard than Justin.
A Change “more hard” to more “hardly.”
B Change “more hard” to “harder.”
C C hange “more hard” to “most hard.”
D Make no change.
2
1
My sister reads more fastly than I do.
A Change “more fastly” to “more fast.”
B Change “more fastly” to “more faster.”
C Change “more fastly” to “faster.”
D Make no change.
3
1
The moon shines less brightly than the sun.
A Change “less brightly” to “least brightly.”
B Change “less brightly” to “less brighter.”
C Change “less brightly” to “brightless.”
D Make no change.
4
1
Of all the students at the pep rally, Toni yelled more enthusiastically.
A Change “more enthusiastically” to “most enthusiastically.”
B Change “more enthusiastically” to “enthusiastic.”
C Change “more enthusiastically” to “most enthusiastic.”
D Make no change.
5
1
Over the past three days, it rained heaviest on Wednesday.
A Change “heaviest” to “most heavy.”
B Change “heaviest” to “more heavily.”
C Change “heaviest” to “more heavy.”
D Make no change.
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