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The Adjective and the Adverb in the English Language

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Данное пособие посвящено таким частям речи английского языка, как прилагательное и наречие.

Содержит ключевые теоретические разделы по темам the English Adjective и the English Adverb. Тестовые задания охватывают лексику разного уровня, содержат достаточно материала для запоминания основных прилагательных и наречий английского языка, способствуют увеличению словарного запаса.

Пособие предназначено для учащихся школ с базовым уровнем изучения английского языка, а также для слушателей курсов, начинающих и продолжающих изучать английский язык.

Из собственного многолетнего опыта преподавательской работы составитель сборника знает, что упражнений и тестов, предлагаемых любым учебником, много не бывает, а учитель всегда испытывает потребность в дополнительных заданиях. Поэтому предлагаемое пособие может оказаться уместным и полезным для работы с любой аудиторией.

1. Тестовая часть

Выбор прилагательного

1. Find the word with the most general meaning.

A) clever B) honest C) kind D) polite E) good


2. Choose the word contradicting the others.

A) beautiful B) attractive C) handsome D) pretty E) sensitive


3. Choose the appropriate word.

One hour today is… two tomorrow.

A) glad B) worth C) easy D) hard E) quiet


4. Choose the appropriate word.

In 1991 most former Soviet Republics became…

A) agricultural B) beautiful C) fantastic D) independent

E) industrial


5. Complete the sentence.

There are many national… youth organizations in Britain.

A) voluntary B) wise C) looney D) anxious E) volcanic


6. Choose the appropriate word.

Henry was very …. He dropped his glasses in the street, but they didn’t break.

A) clever B) famous C) poor D) wise E) lucky


7. Choose the appropriate word.

The teacher explained the rule and gave many examples.

But when Tom began to do the sums, his answers were wrong, because the rule was ….

A) easy B) long C) short D) difficult E) good


8. Choose the appropriate word.

John was one of the best pupils in the class. He read books on many subjects and was always ready to answer his teachers’ questions. He was ….

A) nice B) fool C) clever D) good E) bad


9. Choose the appropriate word.

In October… winds begin to blow, leaves fall on the ground.

A) hot B) warm C) bad D) cold E) frosty


10. Choose the appropriate word.

We warned them not to go skating on such… ice.

A) cold B) long C) thin D) pretty E) sharp


11. Choose the appropriate word.

They are all of the… size, I am sorry.

A) good B) black C) same D) wide E) easy


12. Choose the appropriate word.

England is not… country.

A) an agricultural B) a naval C) a wealthy D) a European

E) an industrial


13. Choose the appropriate word.

When I learned to ski, I practiced on a slope that was not too ….

A) tall B) tiny C) steep D) high E) slow


14. Choose the appropriate word.

She has to work hard to keep the house… and tidy with three small children.

A) neat B) smooth C) plain D) crafty E) dirty


15. Choose the appropriate word.

Excuse me, Mr. Smith, but there’s… message for you from your wife.

A) a hasty B) a vital C) an urgent D) a valuable E) a difficult

Степени сравнения прилагательных

16. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

His plan is… practical of all.

A) more B) a more C) much D) the most E) most


17. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

St. Petersburg is one of… beautiful cities of Russia.

A) much B) the most C) much more D) the least E) less


18. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

To spend summer at the seaside is… pleasant than in the town.

A) — B) less C) the most D) more E) the least


19. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Her version is… original than yours.

A) much B) the most C) more D) many E) the least


20. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This girl is… intelligent than the rest of the class.

A) most B) the most C) more D) the more E) much


21. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

He’s… intelligent than my brother.

A) most B) good C) better D) more E) last


22. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Do you need any… help.

A) much B) more C) many D) most E) the most


23. Choose the appropriate adjective.

Let me know if you hear any… news.

A) many B) more C) most D) the most E) must


24. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The weather is much… pleasant than it usually is at this time.

A) most B) more C) the most D) little E) the least


25. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

I think, the Russian television programme «The Field of Wonders» was… popular of all TV programmes in the 1990s.

A) much B) the most C) more D) many E) the least


26. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Which question do you think is… difficult one?

A) — B) much C) more D) the most E) most


27. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

…people live in Europe than in Asia.

A) more B) the least C) most D) less E) little


28. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Which are… comfortable, sandals or tennis shoes?

A) most B) little C) more D) much E) any


29. Choose the right form of the adjective.

I think it is… beautiful landscape I’ve ever seen.

A) more B) many C) the most D) best E) worst


30. Choose the appropriate adjective.

Who is… important person in the history of your country?

A) more B) less C) high D) popular E) the most


31. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

He was… than I had expected.

A) most angry B) more angry C) angrier D) more angrier E) angriest


32. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The longer the way… tired we are.

A) the most B) the more C) most D) — E) much


33. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This is… clown I’ve ever seen.

A) good B) better C) the best D) well E) bad


34. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Two heads are… than one.

A) good B) bad C) worse D) worst E) better


35. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

I think the silk of China is one of… in the world.

A) better B) good C) the best D) longer E) richer


36. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Wit bought is… than wit taught.

A) better B) best C) the best D) good E) —


37. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The Maldives in my opinion is… place for relaxation.

A) good B) less C) the least D) the best E) better


38. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

It’s… laundry detergent I have ever used.

A) good B) — C) the best D) best E) better


39. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This exercise is… than the last one.

A) — B) good C) best D) better E) the best


40. Choose the appropriate adjective.

I never knew her English was… than of her teacher’s.

A) good B) best C) better D) the best E) —


41. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The higher is the fence… is the neighbour.

A) better B) the best C) best D) good E) the better


42. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

It’s… weather anyone can remember.

A) better B) the worst C) bad D) worse E) least


43. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Your dictation is… of all.

A) bad B) worse C) good D) well E) the worst


44. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

It is… work I’ve ever done.

A) bad B) worse C) better D) the worst E) best


45. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Both of them are skiing very badly, but she is skiing even… than he is.

A) bad B) — C) worse D) the worst E) worst


46. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The play I saw yesterday was… than this one.

A) bad B) worse C) worst D) the worst E) —


47. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

False friends are… than open enemies.

A) worst B) worse C) the worst D) — E) bad


48. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The weather today is… than yesterday.

A) good B) bad C) fine D) worse E) the worst


49. Choose the proper form of the adjective.

In the second half the team played… and the game ended in a draw.

A) earliest B) the worst C) interesting D) the most interesting

E) worse


50. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The teacher said that the results of our tests were not good. She added that… of all was mine.

A) bad B) better C) worse D) good E) the worst


51. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This chair is… comfortable than that one.

A) — B) little C) less D) the least E) least


52. Choose the appropriate adjective.

Vatican is… state in Europe.

A) less B) the smallest C) smaller D) greater E) small


53. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

I have… time than he does.

A) bigger B) larger C) most D) less E) least


54. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Our garden is… than that of the neighbour’s.

A) little B) the least C) most difficult D) the best E) less


55. Choose the right form of the adjective.

There is… milk in this jug than in that one.

A) most B) the most C) the least D) little E) less


56. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

I have… money today than I had yesterday.

A) — B) least C) less D) little E) the least


57. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

We have… money than they have.

A) little B) much C) less D) few E) many


58. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

My luggage was… than my friend’s.

A) good B) the best C) many D) less E) the worst


59. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

He tried to make as… noise as possible.

A) less B) worse C) most D) least E) little


60. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

— Why didn’t you discuss this question yesterday?

— It was… important than the rest ones on the agenda.

A) little B) least C) the least D) — E) less


61. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Actions speak… than words.

A) loudest B) less louder C) most loudest D) louder E) loudly


62. Choose the appropriate adjective.

The twenty second of December is… day of the year.

A) short B) much shorter C) shorter D) the shortest

E) less short


63. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This room is… than that one.

A) large B) little C) the smallest D) the least E) smaller


64. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

…I can stay is three hours.

A) Long B) Longer C) More longer D) The longest

E) Much longer


65. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The area of the USA is… than that of England.

A) less B) most C) much D) larger E) many


66. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

My room is… than yours.

A) large B) — C) larger D) the largest E) largest


67. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The Severn is… river in Great Britain.

A) the longest B) long C) longest D) — E) longer


68. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

My dress is… than yours, isn’t it?

A) long B) — C) the longest D) longest E) longer


69. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

I have got… information on this subject.

A) fullest B) fuller C) full D) — E) the fullest


70. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Mary is much… than Ann, though they are both 15.

A) tall B) taller C) the tallest D) — E) tallest


71. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

My clothes have never been… than this.

A) cleaner B) cleanest C) clean D) more cleaner E) the cleanest


72. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

What… crime than loss of time.

A) greater B) greatest C) great D) — E) most great


73. Choose the appropriate adjective.

It’s… to go by car than by train.

A) cheap B) cheaper C) — D) cheapest E) the cheapest


74. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

English grammar is… than Russian one.

A) easy B) easier C) the easiest D) as easy as E) not so easy


75. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Of the four girls Helen is ….

A) pretty B) prettier C) — D) the prettiest E) prettier


76. Choose the right form of the adjective.

Girls are much… than boys.

A) quiet B) the quietest C) so quiet D) quieter E) too quiet


77. Choose the right form of the adjective.

Lake Baikal is… lake in the world.

A) deeper B) the deepest C) deep D) deepest E) —


78. Choose the right form of the adjective.

Her love must be… than mine.

A) the deepest B) most deep C) deepest D) deeper E) deep


79. Choose the right form of the adjective.

He came home in the… mood.

A) sun B) sunniest C) more sunny D) much sunny E) sunnier


80. Choose the right form of the adjective.

Which season is… in Russia.

A) rainy B) the rainiest C) most rainy D) more rainy E) raining


81. Choose the right form of the adjective.

Yesterday was… day we’ve had this summer.

A) hotter B) hot C) the hottest D) hottest E) much hotter


82. Choose the right form of the adjective.

It’s… in here than it is in the street.

A) hot B) the hottest C) — D) hotter E) hottest


83. Choose the right form of the adjective.

I wanted to ask you both what you thought of my… films if you saw them.

A) last B) latest C) late D) the latest E) later


84. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Alex came late, Mike came later, and Val came ….

A) latter B) last C) the latest D) latest E) the last


85. Choose the right form of the adjective.

Uncle Nick was the… son of the family.

A) old B) young C) big D) elder E) next


86. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This is… place I’ve ever seen.

A) dirty B) the dirtiest C) more dirty D) dirtier E) the most dirty


87. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Yesterday Danara was… girl there.

A) happy B) happiest C) the happiest D) — E) happier


88. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

John is… of all to act.

A) quickest B) quick C) — D) quicker E) the quickest


89. Choose the appropriate form of the word.

Margaret types… than Mary does.

A) fast B) — C) faster D) the fastest E) faster


90. Choose the appropriate form of the word.

Which bird flies … — the swallow or the gull?

A) — B) fast C) faster D) the fastest E) fastest


91. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

He is… among his classmates.

A) old B) taller C) the youngest D) short E) higher


92. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The king liked his… son than others.

A) older B) elder C) the oldest D) all E) the eldest


93. Choose the appropriate form of the word.

I make… mistakes now than last year.

A) few B) fewer C) — D) the fewest E) fewest


94. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

My arm felt hot but that ache was not… than the pain that burned in my soul.

A) stronger B) the strongest C) strongest D) — E) strong


95. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Please, tell me something… than this old joke.

A) interesting B) less interesting C) more interesting

D) the most interesting E) the least interesting


96. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

The story I have read is… in this book.

A) the most interesting B) more interesting C) less interesting

D) much interesting E) few interesting


97. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

«Family Album» is… than «Follow me».

A) interesting B) most interesting C) more interesting

D) the most interesting E) as interesting


98. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This film is as… as that one.

A) more interesting B) the most interesting C) interesting

D) most interesting E) —


99. Choose the proper form of the adjective.

Travelling is… in summer than in winter.

A) pleasant B) more pleasant C) pleasanter D) pleasantest

E) most pleasant


100. Choose the proper form of the adjective.

This is… rule in this book.

A) difficult B) more difficult C) most difficult

D) the most difficult E) difficultiest


101. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

I have done… part of my homework.

A) difficult B) more difficult C) most difficult

D) the most difficult E) much difficult


102. Choose the appropriate form of the word.

It is much… to speak English than to understand it.

A) — B) the most difficult C) more difficult D) difficult

E) most difficult


103. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

It was… music I have ever heard.

A) more beautiful B) less beautiful C) the most beautiful

D) beautiful E) much beautifuler


104. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

Many people think Scotland is… than England.

A) most beautiful B) the least beautiful C) least beautiful

D) more beautiful E) beautiful


105. Choose the appropriate adjective.

Which is… country in the UK?

A) industrial B) the most industrial C) more industrial

D) most industrial E) industrial


106. Choose the appropriate adjective.

This question is… than the first one, let’s discuss it tomorrow.

A) important B) less important C) the most important

D) the least important E) —


107. Choose the appropriate form of the adjective.

This new chair is extremely ….

A) more comfortable B) most comfortable C) comfortable

D) least comfortable E) as comfortable


108. Choose the appropriate form of the word.

Do you speak English… than French?

A) most fluently B) fluent C) rather fluent D) fluently

E) more fluently


109. Choose the appropriate adjective.

Unfortunately her decease was… than we thought at first.

A) more serious B) serious C) the most serious D) most serious

E) —


110. Choose the appropriate form of the adjectives.

…goods you sell, … profit you’ll make.

A) More/more B) The more/more C) More/the more

D) The more/the more E) The most/the most


111. Choose the appropriate adjectives.

There were… English books at the shop, but we could find so… German ones.

A) very many/few B) very much/little C) many/fewer

D) a little/much E) few/fewest


112. Choose the appropriate adjectives.

Do you have… or… sunny days this summer?

A) more/few B) many/less C) much/little D) more/less

E) many/few


113. Choose the appropriate form of the adjectives.

Do you have… or… rain this autumn than the last one?

A) many/little B) more/less C) more/fewer D) much/less

E) more/few


114. Choose the appropriate adjectives.

Why do you always buy five loaves, no… and no …?

A) many/little B) less/fewer C) more/much D) more/less

E) most/less


115. Choose the appropriate adjectives.

He has… time, but I have ….

A) little/least B) many/most C) much/less D) least/many

E) most/little


116. Choose the appropriate form of the adjectives.

He is… swimmer but my brother is… swimmer in his form.

A) a good/the best B) the best/best C) better/better

D) better/the best E) better/good


117. Choose the appropriate form of the adjectives.

— This girl is… attractive than the girl I saw yesterday.

— Yes, she is… than that one.

A) most/best B) more/better C) good/better D) more/well

E) most/good


118. Choose the right form of the adjectives.

They showed me their best suits but, if these are their… suits, what are their… ones like.

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