Comparative and Superlative Adjective Exercises For Italian Grammar

In Italian grammar, comparative and superlative adjectives are used to compare two or more things, people, or qualities. Comparative adjectives express a higher or lower degree of a quality, whereas superlative adjectives express the highest or lowest degree of a quality. To form comparative adjectives, you can use the words “più” (more) or “meno” (less) followed by the adjective and the word “di” or “che” to make the comparison. Superlative adjectives are formed by adding the suffix “-issimo/-issima/-issimi/-issime” to the adjective. In this exercise, you will practice using comparative and superlative adjectives in Italian by filling in the blanks with the correct form of the adjective. Buona fortuna!

Comparative Adjective Exercise

Superlative Adjective Exercise

Grammar Exercises

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