ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Comparative/superlative adverbs 2 | level: Intermediate/Advanced




Fill in the blank with the either the comparative form or superlative form of each adverb, as required:
EX: Tom 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 do.

2. He thinks he always knows . (better/best)

3. Out of all my siblings, I visit my parents (more often/the most often).

4. David did (worse/the worst) than he thought he would do on his test.

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 the best grade.

7. We argued (longer/the longest) than I thought we would.

8. My sisters laughed (louder/the loudest) out of the whole audience.

9. The two guys who enjoyed the game (more/most) were Tom and Robert.

10. George drives (more recklessly/the most recklessly) than his brother.





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