Focus: Identifying and correcting errors in comparatives and superlatives.
Directions: If the underlined form is correct, mark the sentence C. If the underlined form is incorrect, mark the sentence X and write a correction for the underlined form in the blank at the end of the sentence. The first one is done as an example.
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1) The period is probably the most easiest punctuation mark to use.
17) The cello is shorter and more slender than the double bass.
2) When metal replaced wood in the construction of ships’ hulls, more strong and large ships could be built.
18) Oil floats on water because oil is less denser than water.
3. Charcoal is the most commonly used cooking fuel in the world.
4) Soft solder melts at a low temperature than ordinary solder.
5) Many of the nation’s most important documents are stored in the National Archives Building in Washington, D.C.
6) The surfboards used twenty-five years ago were more heavier than the ones used by surfers today.
7) Few American politicians have spoken more eloquently than William Jennings Bryan.
8) Subterranean termites are the more destructive type of termites in the United States.
9) Prince Edward Island is the less populous of Canada’s ten provinces.
10) During a depression, economic conditions are far worst than they are during a recession.
11) One of the most basic American contributions to technology was the so-called “American system” of interchangeable machine parts.
12) The horse chestnut has a stronger, bitter taste than other chestnuts.
13) Chicago’s Field Museum is one of the largest and better known natural history museums in the United States.
14) Baltimore has one of the world’s most finest natural harbors.
15) The Kennedy-Nixon race of 1960 was the closest presidential election of last century.
16) The finback whale is the fastest of all whales, and only the blue whale is largest.