Comparatives and superlatives (1)

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Comparatives and superlatives

Type of adjective Compar. Superl.
a) 1-syllable
b) 2-syllable ending in -y
-er -est
c) 2-syllable ending in -ed, -ing, -ful, -less
d) 3 and more syllable
more the most
e) 2-syllable ending in -er, -le, -ow -er
the most


a) long, longer, the longest
b) happy, happier, the happiest

c) pleased, more pleased, the most pleased
d) interesting, more interesting, the most interesting

e) clever, cleverer/more clever, the cleverest/most clever

1) France is than Italy. It's one of countries in Europe (expensive).
2) New York is than Rome. It's one of in the world (big).
3) Mount Blanc is than Ben Nevis. It's mountain in Europe (high).
4) Sicily is than Capri. It's island in Italy (large).
5) Japanese is than English. It's one of languages in the world (difficult).
6) Mike is than Simon. Mark is of the three (tall).
7) Potatoes are than meat. They're one of foods (cheap).
8) A Ferrari is than a Ford. It's one of cars in the world (fast).
9) Sally is than Kathy. She's student in her class (intelligent).
10) The Danube is than the Thames. It's one of rivers in Europe (long).