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Adjectives 02
My dog is big, but that dog is bigger!

Adjectives 02

Let's dive into another cool KS2 English quiz about adjectives! If you didn't try the first one, you might want to give it a go before this adventure.

Adjectives are like magic words that make nouns and pronouns more interesting. They also help us compare things, like saying, "My cat is fluffy, but that cat is fluffier!" Add '-er' or '-est' to make things super exciting, but watch out for a few special adjectives that don't follow the usual rules.

Ready for the challenge? Take this second Adjectives quiz and show off your word wizard skills!

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1.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjectives.
My marks on this test were ____ last time, but I'm hoping that the next marks will be the ____!
better than, best
bestest, better
more good, better
best than, better
Sometimes you need to use the word 'than' when comparing - better than, taller than, more tired than etc.
2.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
These tomatoes are ____ they were yesterday.
redder than
reddest
more redder than
reddest than
This is a tricky one. It would also be correct to say: These tomatoes are more red than they were yesterday. 'Redder than' is a better choice, however.
3.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
Oak trees are tall, but sequoias are even ____.
taller
more tall
most tall
tallest
Some sequoias can reach over 100 metres (350 feet) in height!
4.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
Skara Brae is one of the ____ human settlements in Britain.
ancienter
ancientest
more ancientest
most ancient
Skara Brae is older than Stonehenge and the Great Pyramids.
5.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
The mountain climbers decided to challenge themselves with a ____ route.
difficultest
difficulter
more difficult
most difficult
If you're not sure which is correct, put each option into the sentence and see which sounds the best.
6.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjectives.
Several children in the class are ____, but Harriet is the ____ by far.
clever, more cleverest
clever, cleverest
clever, most cleverest
clever, more cleverer
Who is the cleverest in your class?
7.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
Which of these two cars is ____?
more fast
faster
fastest
most fastest
When you are only comparing two objects, you should use the comparative (-er ending) rather than the superlative (-est ending).
8.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
That was the ____ holiday I have ever had!
most bad
baddest
worst
most worser
Where did you go on your last holiday?
9.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
I gave my bike a wash and now it looks ____.
gooder
better
more good
best
It might also look cleaner and brighter!
10.
Complete the sentence with the correct adjective.
Who is the ____ runner in the world?
more fast
faster
fastest
most fastest
Because we are talking about more than two people, we use fastest.
You can find more about this topic by visiting BBC Bitesize - Grammar

Author:  Sheri Smith

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