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Comparative Adjectives and Adverbs
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Practice using comparatives with one syllable adjectives. Choose the correct form.
Practice using comparatives with two syllable adjectives ending in Y. Choose the correct form.
Practice using comparatives with two or more syllable adjectives not ending in Y. Choose the correct form.
Practice using comparatives with irregular adjectives. Choose the correct form.
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Spelling - 50 Comparatives
Comparatives - MEGA-QUIZ!
Spelling - 50 Superlatives
Superlatives - MEGA-QUIZ!
Fill-In Chart: Write the missing comparatives. Includes Answer Key
Worksheet: Comparatives and Superlatives
Fill-in Chart of Comparatives and Superlatives + Answer Key
Worksheet: Comparatives and Superlatives 1
One syllable words: smart - smarter than - the smartest
and CVC words: big - bigger than - the biggest
Worksheet: Comparatives and Superlatives 2
Two syllable words with Y: pretty-prettier-prettiest
Two + syllable words (no Y): famous-more famous-most famous.
Worksheet: Comparatives and Superlatives 3
Irregular Adjectives: good - better than - the best
Adverbs: carefully - more carefully than - the most carefully
Worksheet: Similes 1 (AS...AS)
Use the words from the list to complete the similes.
Example: As blind as a bat.
Worksheet: Similes 2 (AS...AS)
Sentences with Similes
Complete the sentences with a simile.
Example: Rick's as blind as a bat.
Fill-In Chart: Write the missing superlatives. Includes Answer Key
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