ESL Grammar

Comparative Adjectives: As [Adjective] As

In this ESL grammar exercise, students learn to compare two things using "as [adjective] as".

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Comparative Adjectives – As [Adjective] As (1)

 

To say that 2 things are the same, you use “as [adjective] as.”

 

  • My car is big.

Your car is big, too.

My car is as big as yours.

 

  • Jake is 14 years old.

Keith is 14 years old,too.

Keith is as old as Jake.

 

Read the sentences below, then write a sentence using “as [adjective] as.”

 

1. Dana’s dog is cute.

Jamie’s dog is cute, too.

 

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2. Chris is responsible.

His brother is responsible, too.

 

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3. Sandra’s test score is good.

Tina’s test score is good, too.

 

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4. Joe is 26 years old.

Paulina is 26 years old, too.

 

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5. Ryan can run fast.

Linda can run fast, too.

 

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6. I think history books are interesting.

I think comic books are interesting, too.

 

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