Comparing Adjectives Worksheets

How to Master Your Use of Adjectives

Before we can study why we need to use adjectives in a sentence, let us first understand what adjectives are! In linguistics, an adjective is a word that modifies a noun or noun phrase or describes its referent. Its semantic role is to change information given by the noun. Adjectives are one of the main parts of speech of the English language. Now the adjectives help us understand the nouns better. For example;
Alicia is a hardworking student.
She looks really pretty in her dress.
Adam is an excellent football player.

More and Most

In the sentences below, circle the correct form of the adjective in the parentheses.

Adjectives Have Spelling Rules?

When an adjective ends in a single consonant following a single vowel, you have to double the final consonant and add er or est.

Comparing Nouns with Adjectives

What happens when you need to compare two people, places, or things?

Large Comparisons

What about when you compare three or more people, places, or things? In can get quite confusing.

Presto Chango!

There are a few adjectives that are magical. They actually can change to completely new words when they are used to compare things.

What on Earth is an Adjective?

An adjective is a descriptive word that shows what kind, how many, whose, or which.