I only have 5 dollars

Solo tengo cinco dolares

Does this road go to New York

Esta carretara va a New York

Is this a safe area

Es esto un lugar seguro

Does it often snow in the winter in Massachusetts

Nieva mucho en el invierno en Massachusetts

Near the bank

Cerca del banco

There's plenty of time

Hay mucho tiempo

Does he like the school

Le gusta la escuela

How long are you going to stay

Cuanto tiempo te vas a quedar

I'm very well, thank you

Estoy muy bien, gracias

I need to go now

Necesito irme ahora

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Ejercicios Gramática Inglesa

Comparative And Superlative Adverbs


Fill in the blank with the either the comparative form or superlative form of each adverb, as required: Example: Michael sang more loudly (more loudly/the most loudly) than the other kids.


1. I visit my parents ___________________ (more often/the most often) than my brothers
2. He thinks he always knows ___________________. (better/best)
3. Out of all my siblings, I visit my parents ___________________. (more often/the most
4. David did ___________________ (worse/the worst) than he thought he would do on his
5. I did ___________________ (worse/the worst) out of all the students on my test.
6. Out of all the students, Frank studied ___________________ (less/the least), but got
7. We argued ___________________ (longer/the longest) than I thought we would.
8. My brother laughed ___________________ (louder/the loudest) out of the whole
9. The two guys who enjoyed the game ___________________ (more/most) were Tom and
10. George drives ___________________ (more recklessly/the most recklessly) than his

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