Comparative Vs. Superlative - Grade 5

Stephanie Constantino
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Students will identify comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs.

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Question 1

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What is a comparative adjective?
Answer
  • It compares two or more things.
  • It compares three or more things.
  • It compares just two things.

Question 2

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What is a superlative adjective?
Answer
  • It compares two or more things.
  • It compares three or more things.
  • It compares just three things.

Question 3

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Fill in the blank with the comparative form of "hairy": The purple monster is [blank_start]hairier[blank_end] than the red one.
Answer
  • hairier

Question 4

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Fill in the blank with the superlative form of "bumpy": That was the [blank_start]bumpiest[blank_end] car ride ever.
Answer
  • bumpiest

Question 5

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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.
Answer
  • closer

Question 6

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Fill in the blank with the superlative form of "shiny": She has the [blank_start]shiniest[blank_end] smile I've ever seen.
Answer
  • shiniest

Question 7

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Which of the following are SUPERLATIVE adverbs? (Select all that apply.)
Answer
  • Earliest
  • Furthest
  • Sooner
  • More frequent
  • Most cautious

Question 8

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Which of the following are COMPARATIVE adverbs? (Select all that apply.)
Answer
  • More happily
  • More gently
  • Most importantly
  • Most conclusively

Question 9

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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.
Answer
  • prettiest
  • longest
  • brightest
  • widest
  • prettier
  • smarter
  • better
  • worse
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