Comparative and superlative

In this exercise, you will be given a German adjective in its basic form. You must write the correct comparative and superlative forms of each adjective.

Comparative adjectives represent the second highest degree within a comparison (such as the word "better" in English), and superlative adjectives represent the highest degree within a comparison (such as the word "best" in English). Remember that most German adjectives are made comparative by adding "-er" to the end of the word, and made superlative by adding "-est" or "-st" to the end of the word.

Exercises

Example: warm - wärmer - am wärmsten

1.) einfach - - am

2.) traurig - - am

3.) langsam - - am

4.) lustig - - am

5.) schwer - - am

6.) schmal - - am

7.) gut - - am

8.) billig - - am

9.) schnell - - am

10.) schön - - am

11.) tief - - am

12.) breit - - am

13.) leicht - - am

14.) klein - - am

15.) schlecht – - am

16.) teuer - - am

17.) lang - - am

18.) jung - - am

19.) alt - - am

20.) hoch - - am

21.) stark - - am

22.) kurz - - am

23.) groß - - am

24.) schwach - - am

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