Lesson 37 – Parts of Speech – Adjectives

In comparison of adjectives, one-syllable adjectives and some two-syllable adjectives (especially those ending in y or le) form the comparative with er and the superlative with est. Examples: new, newer, newest; jolly, jollier, jolliest.
Instructions: Write the correct comparative and superlative forms for the following adjectives.
1. glad
2. prompt
3. small
4 noble
5. funny
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. glad, gladder, gladdest
2. prompt, prompter, promptest
3. small, smaller, smallest
4. noble, nobler, noblest
5. funny, funnier, funniest

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