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Interchange of degrees - Exercises

We've learnt changing the degrees of comparison – (i) Degree words- Positive, Comparative, and Superlative forms of adjective,  (ii) Interchange of Positive Degree and Comparative Degree.  (iii) Interchange of Positive Degree and Superlative Degree and  (iv) Interchange of Comparative Degree and Superlative Degree.

Now, it's time to practice, – here are some exercises.

Degree Change Exercise

Interchange of degrees - Exercises


#1 Positive to Others:

Positive to Comparative:

Positive – He is as brave as a lion.

Comparative –


Positive – I am as weak as a child.

Comparative –


Positive – He is not so tall as Joe.

Comparative –


Positive – Meena is as good as Teena.

Comparative –


Positive – Rohit is as dull as Mohan.

Comparative –


Positive – Steve is as intelligent as Mitchel.

Comparative –


Positive – My brother is not so much popular as I am.

Comparative –


Positive – They were not so poor as we were.

Comparative –


Positive –  You are not so fat as Pinaki.

Comparative –


Positive – Mr. Mukherjee is as wise as Mr. Sen.

Comparative –


Read more: Degree words- Positive, Comparative, and Superlative forms of adjective.


Read more: Interchange of Positive Degree and Comparative Degree


Positive to Superlative: 

Positive – No other leader was so great as Mr. Gandhi.

Superlative –


Positive – No other country is so powerful as America.

Superlative –


Positive – No other country in the world is so large as Russia.

Superlative –


Positive – No other city in India is so rich as Mumbai.

Superlative –


Positive – No other person is as weak as him.

Superlative –


Positive – No other person was as happy as I was after hearing the good news.

Superlative –


Positive – No other tree in the village is as big as this.

Superlative –


Positive – No other person is as evil as him.

Superlative –


Positive – No other animal is so clever as the fox.

Superlative –


Positive – No other animal is so brave as the tiger.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few boys in the class are as tall as John.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few journalists are as tough as Mr. Thapar.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few questions in the paper were so easy as this question. 

Superlative –


Positive – Very few teachers in the society are as decent as Mr. Tudu.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few companies are as reputed as Google.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few districts of West Bengal are as hot as Bankura.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few men are as strong as Mark.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few buildings in the city are as tall as this.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few animals are as useful as the cow.

Superlative –


Positive – Very few kings in the world were as great as Ashoka.

Superlative –


Read more: Interchange of Positive Degree and Superlative Degree.



#2 Comparative to Others:

Comparative to Positive and Superlative: 

Comparative – Akhtar can bowl faster than Lee.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Peter is taller than Ajoy.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Sheamus is not stronger than Mark.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Brawn is taller than Dilip.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Harry is weaker than Merry.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Nehru was more popular than Jinnah.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – He has more pencils than I have.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Teachers are more respectable than politicians.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – They have a bigger house than we have.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – They are richer than we.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – We are poorer than any other family in the colony.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – This tree is taller than all other trees in the forest.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – He is more respectable than any other person in the area.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – She is more charming than any other lady I have ever met.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – The Chita is faster than all other animals.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Today’s paper was tougher than all other papers.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – This road is shorter than any other road.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Tiger Hill is more beautiful a place than all other places in the Himalayan foothills. 

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Gold is more ductile than all other metals.

Positive –

Superlative –


Comparative – Milk is more nutritious than any other liquid. 

Positive –

Superlative –


Read more: Interchange of Positive Degree and Comparative Degree


Read more: Interchange of Comparative Degree and Superlative Degree.



#3 Superlative to Others:

Turn these Superlative Degrees into Positive Degree  and Comparative Degree:

Superlative – I am the tallest girl in this team.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – He is the best boy in the class.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – This year was the worst year in my life.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – She was the most decent lady as far as my knowledge is concerned. 

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – The Nile is the longest river.  

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Mt. Everest is the highest peak. 

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Usain Bolt is the fastest runner.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – It was the most hilarious show.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Reading is the most pleasurable thing for me.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Darjeeling is the most beautiful place.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – China is one of the most powerful states.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Nelson Mandela was one of the greatest leaders. 

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – The dolphin is one of the most intelligent animals.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – The Indus Valley Civilization was one of the oldest civilizations.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Australia is one of the most developed nations.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Gold is one of the most precious metals. 

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – The fishing cat is one of the rarest animals in India.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Saina Nehwal is one of the most successful athletes. 

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Magnus Carlsen is one of the most popular chess players.

Positive –

Comparative –


Superlative – Mr. Thackeray was one of the most influential politicians. 

Positive –

Comparative –




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