Comparative & Superlative Adverbs

Recognize the use of comparative adverbs in sentences

This worksheet provides practice in using the correct adverb for a sentence. A root word is given for each problem, and the student writes in the adverb form that works best.

You can select from comparative (e.g. crazier) or superlative (e.g. craziest) adverbs, as well as whether the adverb requires a more or most before it (e.g. most beautiful) or needs to be modified with a suffix (e.g. prettiest).