German Adjective Degrees Quiz

German Adjective Degrees Quiz

As you all know, adjectives are used to describe nouns. English as well as German adjective degrees are used to make comparisons (superiority or inferiority).

Comparative adjectives represent the second highest degree of comparison, whereas superlative adjectives represent the highest degree of comparison.

German Grammar Exercises

German Comparative and Superlative Adjectives practice

Take the following quiz to test your knowledge on degrees of adjectives in German.

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Von allen Büchern, die ich gelesen habe, ist dieses Buch ______ ______.

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Ihr ______ Bruder isst viel Gemüse.

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Unsere neuen Nachbarn sind genauso ______ ______ die alten.

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Max ist ______ ______ Läufer.

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Meine Schwiegereltern sind ______ ______ Leute, die ich kenne.

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Das Gästezimmer ist fast so ______ ______ das Wohnzimmer.

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Der Park ist ______ ______ der Garten.

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Trinken Sie ______ ______ Tee oder Kaffee?

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Der Film war nicht so ______ ______ das Buch.

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Mein Cousin Joe ist ______ ______ sein Bruder.

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Degrees of Adjectives in German
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Check out our lesson on German adjective endings as those rules are applicable to the comparatives and superlatives as well.

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