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Know your adjectives and get better grades in exams! In this quiz on adjectives, you are going to get some practice in using adjectives to compare things and ideas. There are three forms: the positive, comparative and superlative forms. What is the difference between these three forms? The positive is the base adjective, the comparative is more than the base and the superlative is the most. So let's take the word 'nice' as our example.
Okay! Let's go! - and watch out for those irregular comparatives. As a tip, you might want to try our other Adjectives quizzes before you play this quiz.
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