Lesson 56 – Parts of Speech – Adverbs

Adverbs like adjectives can be compared. They have the same three degrees (1) positive – one thing or person, (2) comparative – two things or persons, and (3) superlative – more than two things or persons. Most adverbs formed from adjectives use more or most to express comparisons.
Example: slowly, more slowly, most slowly
Instructions: Write the comparative and superlative forms of the following adverbs.
1. softly
2. lazily
3. heavily
4. comfortably
5. quietly
–For answers scroll down.

Answers:
1. softly, more softly, most softly
2. lazily, more lazily, most lazily
3. heavily, more heavily, most heavily
4. comfortably, more comfortably, most comfortably
5. quietly, more quietly, most quietly

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from Daily Grammar Lessons Blog http://dailygrammarlessons.blogspot.com/2016/11/lesson-56-parts-of-speech-adverbs.html

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