Grammar Exercise: Comparatives

Check out our page on how to make comparisons, then try the grammar quiz below!


1. Some adjectives (like “good”, “bad” and “far”) are irregular, and have irregular comparative forms:
good = better
bad = worse
far = further

2. You can also make comparisons in these ways:

(not) as + ADJECTIVE + as

She is as tall as her brother / She isn’t as tall as her brother

3. You can also add “a bit” or “much” before the adjective:

He’s a bit older than me.
He’s much more intelligent than he thinks.


Choose the correct answer.

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