Comparative Adjectives

Provide practice for your class transforming adjectives into comparative and superlative forms using -er and -est. Learners do so, first with 11 adjectives, then for 10 more that end in -y, so they must use -ier and -iest. Then they fill in blanks in eight sentences that feature comparisons of two and more. Finally, they write original sentences for six sets of adjectives in the positive, comparative, and superlative forms.

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