Interchange of Degrees of Comparison

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  • Q1

    The comparative degree of badly is

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    Answer:

    worse.

    Explanation:
    ‘badly’ is an irregular adverb and the comparative degree of ‘badly’ is worse.
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  • Q2

    My sister plays tennis

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    Answer:

    well.

    Explanation:
    ‘well’ is an irregular adverb and the comparative degree of ‘well’ is better.
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  • Q3

    He came

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    Answer:

    sooner than expected.

    Explanation:
    If the adverb is of one syllable, we form the comparative by adding –er to the Positive.
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  • Q4

    The superlative form of late is

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    Answer:

    latest.

    Explanation:
    Some of the commonest adverbs from their comparative and superlative degrees irregularly.
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  • Q5

    You need to try

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    Answer:

    harder next time.

    Explanation:
    If the adverb is of one syllable, we form the comparative by ending –er to the positive.
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