Comparative and Superlative Forms of adjectives
In this comparative and superlative adjective worksheet, students fill in the blank to a chart that challenges them to come up with either the regular adjective, it's superlative form, or it's comparative form. Students fill in 40 adjectives.
5th - 8th English Language Arts 17 Views 140 Downloads
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