Exercise 2: comparison with adjectives
(Practise comparing adjectives with ‘as/as & more/than’)
Comparisons with adjectives – cloze test (difficulty: 3 of 5 – medium)
Fill the gaps with the suitable form of comparison of the adjectives in brackets. You need either ‘as/as, more/most,’ or the comparative. Also, be careful with some special forms of the adjective.
- Example: “Walter thinks that art museums are ________ than technology museums.” (boring) → “Walter thinks that art museums are more boring than technology museums.”
You can check your results with the button below after you have finished. If you still require help with the topic, reread the formation of comparisons with adjectives (as … as, more/less … than) and the formation of the comparative. You may also use the hint button, but note that you will lose points for that.
Exercises and explanations related to the ‘Comparisons with adjectives’
The following exercises and explanations relate to the topic ‘Making comparisons with adjectives (as … as, more/less … than) in English grammar’ and also train your knowledge:
- Comparison of English adjectives (-er/-est, more/most)
- Comparison with special adjective forms
- Exercise 1: adjectives in English grammar
- Exercise 1: comparing adjectives with ‘-er/-est’
- List of exercises about parts of speech