Grammar Quiz: Comparative Adjectives Question For Students

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Grammar quiz: comparative adjectives question for students. Comparative adjectives are used when one is comparing two objects, and in the quiz below, you will get some much-needed practice on how to do just that. How about you give it a shot and keep a lookout for other quizzes just like it to perfect your skills. All the best!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Comparative form of "nice"

    • A.

      Nicer (than)

    • B.

      Nicest (than)

    • C.

      More nice than

    • D.

      Most nice (than)

    Correct Answer
    A. Nicer (than)
    Explanation
    The comparative form of "nice" is "nicer (than)". This form is used to compare two things, indicating that one is more pleasant or agreeable than the other. For example, "This book is nicer than that one." The other options, "nicest (than)", "more nice than", and "most nice (than)", are not grammatically correct comparative forms for "nice".

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  • 2. 

    Comparative form of "heavy"

    • A.

      More heavy (than)

    • B.

      Most heaviest (than)

    • C.

      Heavier (than)

    • D.

      More heavier (than)

    Correct Answer
    C. Heavier (than)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "heavier (than)". This is because when comparing two things, we use the comparative form of the adjective "heavy" which is "heavier". The options "more heavy" and "most heaviest" are incorrect because they use the incorrect forms of comparison. "More heavier" is also incorrect because it is a double comparative form, which is grammatically incorrect. Therefore, "heavier (than)" is the correct comparative form of "heavy".

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  • 3. 

    Comparative form of "hot"

    • A.

      More hot

    • B.

      Hottier

    • C.

       hoter (than)

    • D.

      Hotter (than)

    Correct Answer
    D. Hotter (than)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "hotter (than)". This is the comparative form of the adjective "hot". When comparing two things, we use the comparative form to indicate that one thing is more hot than the other. In this case, "hotter" is the correct form to use. "More hot" is also grammatically correct, but "hotter" is more commonly used in comparative constructions. "Hottier" and "hoter" are incorrect forms and not commonly used in English.

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  • 4. 

    Comparative form of "good"

    • A.

      Gooder (than)

    • B.

      Better (than)

    • C.

      More good (than)

    • D.

      Best (than)

    Correct Answer
    B. Better (than)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "better (than)". When comparing two things, we use the comparative form of an adjective. In this case, "good" is the adjective, and its comparative form is "better". "Gooder" is not a recognized comparative form of "good" in standard English. "More good" is grammatically correct, but it is not commonly used when comparing two things. "Best" is the superlative form of "good", which is used when comparing more than two things. Therefore, the correct comparative form of "good" is "better (than)".

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  • 5. 

    Comparative form of "popular"

    • A.

      Popularer (than)

    • B.

      Popularier (than)

    • C.

      More popularer (than)

    • D.

      More popular (than)

    Correct Answer
    D. More popular (than)
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "more popular (than)". When comparing the degree of popularity between two things, the comparative form of the adjective "popular" is used. In this case, "more popular" is the correct comparative form to indicate that something is more popular than something else. The other options, "popularer" and "popularier", are not correct comparative forms of the adjective "popular".

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  • 6. 

    Many people don't know that Chiang Mai is _____ Khon Kaen. (big)

    Correct Answer
    bigger than
    Explanation
    Chiang Mai is larger in size compared to Khon Kaen.

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  • 7. 

    The weather in the desert at night is _____ that during the daytime. (cold)

    Correct Answer
    colder than
    Explanation
    The given answer "colder than" is correct because it accurately completes the sentence and provides a comparison between the weather in the desert at night and during the daytime. It suggests that the temperature in the desert at night is lower than the temperature during the daytime.

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