Comparative Adjectives Activity Sheet


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Comparative Adjectives Worksheet - adjectives worksheets, comparative adjectives, comparing adjectives, comparatives worksheet, comparative suffixes, ks2
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  • Great that the change has been made.  I will use this for my English students.

    , Apr 3rd
  • I was quite shocked when I read "The elephant is biggest". Is it me or we are missing "the" here? I´m not a native English speaker so I might be wrong. Is that correct? Thank you!

    , Jan 8th
    • Hi NahumCanoura,
      I am really sorry to hear about this mistake, and I apologise if it has caused you any trouble. It will be changed shortly!

      , Jan 8th
  • Thanks. This is very useful.

    , Nov 7th
  • thanks for sharing

    , Dec 6th
  • Y5 SALT

    , Jun 22nd
    • Hi abbydownes,
      Thank you for sharing! :)

      , Jun 22nd
  • y2 SPAG

    , Apr 30th
This worksheet helps your children to familiarise themselves with comparative adjectives. It features a helpful example, along with a table of adjectives for them to convert using the suffixes 'er' and 'est'.
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