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Topic: Comparative/superlative adverbs 1


level: Intermediate

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

1. He lives (farther/the farthest) than Peter.

2. He lives (farther/the farthest) out of all of us.

3. He lives (farther/the farthest) than the rest of us.

4. Jim drives (faster/the fastest) than most people that I know.

5. Jim drives (faster/the fastest) of all my friends.

6. Frank welcomed us (more warmly/the most warmly) than his wife did.

7. Frank's wife cooks (better/the best) out of anyone I know.

8. Frank's wife cooks (better/the best) than anyone I know.

9. Which of these three girls dances ? (better/the best)

10. Which of these two girls dances ? (better/the best)


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