Degrees Of Comparison Worksheet For Classes 5 And 6

An English adjective has three forms – positive, comparative and superlative.

Examples:

Positive / comparative / superlative

Big / bigger / biggest

Tall / taller / tallest

Warm / warmer / warmest

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the adjective given in the brackets.

1. A car is ………………………… than a bicycle. (fast)

2. She is …………………….. than you. (smart)

3. She is as ……………………… as me. (tall)

4. I was the …………………………. girl in my class. (short)

5. This is …………………….. than that. (easy)

6. She is ……………………….. than me. (old)

7. She is as ………………………. as me. (old)

8. It was …………………….. than I thought. (hard)

9. China is …………………… than India. (large)

10. My house is not as ………………………. as yours. (big)

11. Raju is the ……………………….. boy in the class. (clever)

12. The sun is the ……………………….. object in the sky. (bright)

Answers

1. A car is faster than a bicycle. (Use the comparative adjective before than.)

2. She is smarter than you.

3. She is as tall as me. (Use the positive adjective in the structure as…as)

4. I was the shortest girl in my class. (Use the superlative form after the)

5. This is easier than that.

6. She is older than me.

7. She is as old as me.

8. It was harder than I thought.

9. China is larger than India.

10. My house is not as big as yours.

11. Raju is the cleverest boy in the class.

12. The sun is the brightest object in the sky.

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