Irregular adjectives exercise with answers

  

Irregular adjectives exercise with answers 

Irregular adjectives exercise with answers
Irregular adjectives exercise with answers


Irregular adjectives are formed based on how many vowel sounds a word has. In another way, how many syllables an irregular adjective has.  We have types of irregular adjectives, for example, one-syllable adjectives which are irregular, two-syllable adjectives, and more than two-syllable adjectives.


We previously have taught a lesson about comparative adjectives and superlative adjectives, in which, we add 'er' to the base form of the adjective to form the comparative adjectives or  'est' to form superlative adjectives.


In the following article, we discussed and explained the following: superlative adjectives, adjective meaning, possessive adjectives, adjective examples, adjective words, and adjectives to describe a person.

All you need to know about Adjectives: meaning, uses, types, rules, and order.


Irregular adjectives exercise

  1.  This computer is ___ than the last one we saw.
    a) more
    b) bad
    c) worse
    d) worst
  2.  She is a _____ worker than Nancy.
    a) better
    b) best
    c)  a and b
     
  3. The morning flight is_____ than the afternoon one.
    a) better
    b) best
    c)  a and b
    d) nicest
  4. He is  ____ better than the last boy who played this game.
    a) more
    b) much
    c)  b and d
    d)smartest
  5.  She is____ than him.
    a) busy
    b) busier
    c) busiest
    d) smart
  6.    This book is ____ useful than the one we had before.
    a) more
    b) less
    c)  a and b
    d) busy

Irregular adjectives exercise with answers

  1. worse
  2. better
  3. better
  4. much
  5. busier
  6.  a and b

Learn more about adjectives:

 comparison adjectives exercise with answers



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