ESL Grammar

Comparative Adjectives: As [Adjective] As

In this ESL grammar exercise, students can practice comparing two things using "as [adjective] as".

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Comparative Adjectives – As [Adjective] As (2)

 

Read the sentences below, then write a sentence using “as [adjective] as” or “more adjective/adjective-er.”

 

1. Dave is 27 years old.

Julie is 23 years old.

 

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2. My English test score is 94%.

Steven’s test score is 95%.

 

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3. Vivian’s English test score is 99%.

Lily’s English test score is 99%, too.

 

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4. Jane’s computer is bad.

Amy’s computer is bad, too.

 

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5. Amy’s computer is bad.

Sally’s computer is good.

 

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6. Fire is hot.

Ice is cold.

 

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7. Playing baseball is fun!

Playing basketball is fun, too!

 

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