Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives
Questions to consider:
What is she like?
What does he look like?
What kind of person is she?
What characteristics does he have?
How do you describe it?
Adverbs
Questions to consider:
How does he (work)?
In what way / manner?
When, where, why?
How often, how well?
How far? To what extent?
Simple description
John is tall.
John looks good.
Time and Place
Tonya is here.
The meeting was yesterday.
Basic Modification of Nouns
He is a tall man.
Young people like pizza.
The lazy dog was sleeping.
Basic Modification of Verbs
John ate quickly.
They quickly ate the pizza.
Cindy plays tennis well.
With Intensifiers
She is quite happy.
He looks really good.
With Intensifiers
Mr. Thomas walks very slowly.
They play tennis rather well.
Comparisons
He is taller than his brother.
They are smarter than me.
He is as tall as his brother.
He is not as tall as his brother.
She is as beautiful as her sister.
She is more beautiful than her sister.
Comparisons
He works harder than his brother.
She runs faster than me.
He works as hard as his brother.
He doesn't work as hard as his brother.
She sings as beautifully as her sister.
She sings more beautifully than her sister.
Negative comparisons
She is less beautiful than her sister.
She isn't as beautiful as her sister.
Negative comparisons
She sings less beautifully than her sister.
She doesn't sing as beautifully as her sister.
Similarities
He is the same as his brother.
Similarities
She sings the same as her sister.
Other comparisons
He is getting taller and taller.
He is getting lazier and lazier.
The taller he is, the smarter he looks.
The taller he is, the more they like him.
Other comparisons
She sings more and more beautifully.
She sings less and less beautifully.
The faster she runs, the sooner she gets home.
The faster she runs, the less she enjoys it.
Superlatives
He is the tallest person in the room.
They are the most energetic students.
He works the hardest (of everyone).
She practices the most diligently.
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