Comparative Adjectives Worksheet: Write a Sentence

Last Updated: May 16, 2018

Comparative Adjectives Worksheet

In this comparative adjectives worksheet, students write sentences for each image. In addition, they have to use the words in each image to create sentences.

Comparative adjectives contrast differences (bigger, faster, higher, etc) between two or several people, places or things. For example, it usually follows this pattern of sentence:

Noun (subject) + verb + comparative adjective + than + noun (object)

Comparative Adjectives Worksheet Examples and Answers

1. The elephant is heavier than the monkey.
2. Ed is thinner than John.
3. He is sleepier at night than in the morning.
4. It’s colder in the winter than in the summer.
5. The woman is taller than the man.

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