Fill in the blank with the comparative form of "hairy":
The purple monster is [blank_start]hairier[blank_end] than the red one.
Fill in the blank with the superlative form of "bumpy":
That was the [blank_start]bumpiest[blank_end] car ride ever.
Fill in the blank with the comparative form of "close":
If you look [blank_start]closer[blank_end], you'll see that there are small dots on the surface.
Fill in the blank with the superlative form of "shiny":
She has the [blank_start]shiniest[blank_end] smile I've ever seen.
Which of the following are SUPERLATIVE adverbs? (Select all that apply.)
Which of the following are COMPARATIVE adverbs? (Select all that apply.)
Fill in the blank with the correct word:
Emma was the [blank_start]prettiest[blank_end] girl in school. She had the [blank_start]longest[blank_end] hair, the [blank_start]brightest[blank_end] eyes, and the [blank_start]widest[blank_end] smile. In fact, you could say that her face was [blank_start]prettier[blank_end] that a model's. To top it all off, she was [blank_start]smarter[blank_end] than me. And I hated it. It wasn't fair that she got to be pretty AND smart. But what could I do? Finally, after talking to my mom, I realized that prettier and smarter didn't mean she was a [blank_start]better[blank_end] person. She was often rude, and her personality was [blank_start]worse[blank_end] than a troll. After thinking about it, I decided I wasn't so jealous after all.