Comparative And Superlative Adverbs Trivia Quiz

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Enhance your English grammar knowledge with this comparative and superlative adverbs trivia quiz that we have brought here for you. The quiz focuses on comparative and superlative adverbs. Not just for testing purposes, but the quiz will also be helpful if you want a better understanding of comparative and superlative adverbs. Just try your best to get the best score. Best of luck, and have fun with this informative and amazing test!
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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    The reason Connor has never had an accident is because he drives ____________________ than everyone else.

    • A.

      Careful

    • B.

      Carefully

    • C.

      More carefully

    • D.

      Carefuller

    Correct Answer
    C. More carefully
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "more carefully" because it compares Connor's driving to that of everyone else. The phrase "more carefully" indicates a higher level of caution and attention while driving, suggesting that Connor is more cautious and attentive than others, which is why he has never had an accident.

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  • 2. 

    Kennedy worked _________ than anyone else on the yearbook committee.

    • A.

      Harder

    • B.

      Hardest

    • C.

      More harder

    • D.

      Most hardest

    Correct Answer
    A. Harder
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "harder". This is because when comparing two things, we use the comparative form of the adjective. In this case, we are comparing Kennedy's work on the yearbook committee to the work of everyone else. Therefore, we use the comparative form of "hard", which is "harder".

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  • 3. 

    Christian practiced his math ________________________ than the other kids in his class.

    • A.

      Most frequently

    • B.

      More frequently

    • C.

      Frequently

    • D.

      Frequentliest

    Correct Answer
    B. More frequently
    Explanation
    The sentence makes a comparison of Christian's math practice frequency with the other kids in his class. When making comparisons, the structure is "more + adjective/adverb" for comparative forms. In this case, "frequently" is the adverb, and to compare, we use "more frequently." Therefore, the correct choice is B. "more frequently."

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  • 4. 

    After failing the midterm exam, Savannah tried ______________________ to please her professor.

    • A.

      Hardest

    • B.

      More hardest

    • C.

      Most hardest

    • D.

      Harder

    Correct Answer
    D. Harder
    Explanation
    After failing the midterm exam, Savannah tried "harder" to please her professor. This implies that Savannah put in more effort or exerted more energy in her attempts to please her professor after her failure. The word "harder" is the comparative form of the adjective "hard," indicating an increased level of intensity or difficulty in her efforts.

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  • 5. 

    The ghost stories are told ___________________ when it's completely dark.

    • A.

      Most vividly

    • B.

      More vividly

    • C.

      Vivid

    • D.

      Vividest

    Correct Answer
    A. Most vividly
    Explanation
    The correct phrase is "most vividly." This superlative form indicates the highest degree of vividness when telling ghost stories. It suggests that the stories are most intense and evocative when shared in complete darkness, enhancing the atmosphere and making the experience more captivating and frightening for the listeners.

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  • 6. 

    The stapler works _________ when you push down evenly on the handle.

    • A.

      Well

    • B.

      Better

    • C.

      Best

    • D.

      Bestest

    Correct Answer
    C. Best
    Explanation
    The word "best" is the correct answer because it indicates the highest level of performance or effectiveness. When you push down evenly on the handle of the stapler, it functions at its optimum level, making it the best way to operate the stapler.

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  • 7. 

    Lela can concentrate ___________________ if the television is turned off.

    • A.

      Well

    • B.

      Weller

    • C.

      Better

    • D.

      Wellest

    Correct Answer
    C. Better
    Explanation
    "Better" is the comparative form of the adverb "well." When comparing the degree of concentration, the correct usage is "Lela can concentrate better if the television is turned off." 

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  • 8. 

    The soldier stood ________ than ever before when the president pinned the medal on his chest.

    • A.

      Proud

    • B.

      Proudest

    • C.

      More proud

    • D.

      Prouder

    Correct Answer
    C. More proud
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "more proud" because it is the comparative form of the adjective "proud," indicating that the soldier stood with a greater sense of pride than ever before when receiving the medal from the president.

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  • 9. 

    Alexis can hit the ball farther than anyone else on the team.

    • A.

      Comparative

    • B.

      Superlative

    • C.

      Both

    • D.

      None

    Correct Answer
    A. Comparative
    Explanation
    The given statement suggests that Alexis has the ability to hit the ball farther than anyone else on the team. This implies a comparison between Alexis and the rest of the team, indicating that Alexis has a greater ability in hitting the ball compared to others. Therefore, the correct answer is "comparative."

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  • 10. 

    Out of all my subjects, I have to agree that I do ________________ in Spanish.

    • A.

      Bad

    • B.

      Worst

    • C.

      Badest

    • D.

      Badder

    Correct Answer
    B. Worst
    Explanation
    Based on the given options, "worst" is the correct answer. The sentence suggests that the speaker is comparing their performance in different subjects, and they admit that their performance in Spanish is the least favorable or the lowest among all their subjects. The word "worst" is the superlative form of the adjective "bad," indicating the lowest degree of proficiency in Spanish.

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Elizabeth is a creative and outgoing individual with excellent organizational skills and a strong proficiency in computer applications such as Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Internet usage. Elizabeth earned her Bachelor's degree in Early Childhood Education and Teaching from Bowling Green State University in 2007-2012, followed by a Master's in Curriculum and Instruction from the same university in 2012-2014.
She is a goal-oriented teacher who excels in working with both adults and children. Elizabeth's enthusiasm for gaining academic training and work experience is directed towards a career in Early Childhood Education.

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