Is it hotter or colder? More beautiful or uglier? Test yourself here, and learn English comparatives free.
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Learn English Comparatives Free: Test yourself!
Which is the correct form of the comparative?
1. Today is more hot/hotter than yesterday.
2. This picture is more beautiful/beautifuller than that one.
3. I think baseball is more exciting/excitinger than football.
4. This textbook is much more easy/easier to understand than my old textbook.
5. For me, English is a lot more difficult/difficulter than Spanish.
6. Next month’s marathon will be more challenging/challenginger than last month’s marathon.
7. I can’t afford this computer, so I need to find something more cheap/cheaper.
8. She didn’t like the quality of the company chairs, so she ordered more expensive/expensiver ones.
9. Last vacation was terrible – I hope my next one will be more fun/funner.
10. Yesterday was bad, but today is even more bad/badder/worse.
Learn English Comparatives: Part 2
How did you do in part 1? When you’re ready, try these next examples!
11. My old pen was really difficult to use, but this one is much more good/gooder/better.
12. I am 2 years more old/older than my brother.
13. I look more young/younger than my sister.
14. We’re going to be late unless you drive more fast/faster!
15. Skydiving is far more dangerous/dangerouser than snowboarding.
16. If I have to sit in this hot room for any more long/longer, I’m going to pass out.
17. My new sofa is more comfortable/comfortabler than my old one.
18. Stop breaking things! You need to be more careful/carefuller when you are cleaning.
19. My new boyfriend is much more handsome/handsomer than my ex-husband.
20. You need to be more polite/politer when talking with your coworkers. You don’t want to start any fights.
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