Comparatives and superlatives exercises
Practise how to form comparative and superlative adjectives in English.
To compare adjectives, we put them into the comparative or superlative forms. There are two ways to build these forms. If the adjective has one syllable, we add -er, -est at the end. For example, soft — softer — the softest. if the adjectives consists of two and more syllables, we add more/most before the word. The adjective doesn’t change. For example, beautiful — more beautiful — the most beautiful. The exercises on this page will help you practise the comparative or superlative adjectives. Recommended for beginners.