Introduction to Irregular Adjectives
This ESL grammar exercise introduces students to the comparative and superlative forms of some irregular adjectives. Then, students must rewrite the sentences provided, correcting the mistakes in each one.
Some Comparative Adjectives are Irregular – this means that the Comparative and Superlative forms are different, and you have to memorize them.
Here is a list of the most common Irregular Adjectives
Fix the mistakes in the sentences below:
1. Playing baseball is funner than playing basketball.
4. Diana’s math score was gooder than mine, but her English score was bader than mine.
3. My computer is gooder than yours, but Julie’s new computer is the goodest.
4. Wow! This is the most best movie that I have ever seen!
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