3 grade english ms sue
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comparative and superlative adverbs
directions underline the adverb that compares in each sentence.
1- thomas makes pizza dough faster than kemmeth.
my son underline the word-(faster,than)
2- kenneth makes sandwiches more quickly than thomas.
my son underline (quickly,than)
3- michael prepares salads the earliest of all the chefs.
my son underline (prepares,earliest)
4-the sandwich is done sooner than the pizza.
my son underline(sooner,than)
5-which of the three boys worked the longest at mr.king's restaurant?
my son underline(worked,longest)
6-of the three boys,michael works most carefully.
my son underline(most,carefully)
directions-circle the correct word in ()to complete ecah sentence.
7-of all the students, george worked on his speech (harder,hardest).
my son circle (hardest)
8- jay speaks (loudest,louder)thann katie.
my son circle(louder)
9-katie speaks (more quietly,most quietly)than the teacher.
my son circle(more quietly)
10-george talked (more excitedly,most excitedly)of all the speakers.
my son circle(most excitedly)
11-jay talked (longer,longest)than katie did.
my son circle(longer)
12-katie spoke the (slower,slowest) of all the students.
my son circle(slowest)
i just want a check my son homework is right or not thank you
Omit than in each of the answers.
2. more quickly
3. Not prepares; it's a verb.
5. Not worked; it's a verb.
Everything else is correct. :-)
my son underline 3- earliest,chefs
my son underline 5- longest,restaurant
now check again is this right or not
Earliest and longest are superlative adverbs. Those are the only words that should be underlined in those sentences.
Chefs and restaurants are not adverbs; they are nouns.