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6th grade grammar

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Please help I have a test tomorrow! Is there a mistake with the
comparative adverb? 1. Thomas jumped highly than he
ever had before.
a.
Change
highly
to
higher
.
b
. Change
highly
to
highlier
.
c.
Change
highly
to
more
higher
.
d.
Make no change.
2.
Andre felt gooder after he made
his presentation.
a.
Change
gooder
to
bester
.
b.
Change
gooder
to
more good
.
c.
Change
gooder
to
better
.
d.
Make no change.

  • 6th grade grammar -

    We'll be glad to check your answers.

  • 6th grade grammar -

    ok ill try
    1.a 2.c please check Ms.Sue

  • 6th grade grammar -

    Yes. Both of those are correct. :-)

  • 6th grade grammar -

    Thanks Billy!

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