He jumps high. He is highly educated. She works hard. He can hardly read. We came home late. They have met lately.
hard - harder - hardest hard - harder - hardest late - later - latest fast - faster - fastest high - higher - highest early - earlier - earliest
well - better - best well - better - best badly - worse - worst little - less - least much - more - most far - farther - farthest far - further - furthest
1. You should practice speaking English ( more, the most, many). 1. You should practice speaking English ( more, the most, many). 2. You can’t run as ( faster, fastest, fast ) as my brother. 3. Peter will pass the exam if he works ( hardly, hard, in a hard way ). 4.Miss Morgan never comes ( of late, lately, late ) to work. 5. I can’t go for a walk with you. I don’t feel ( well, good, badly ). 6. He works ( many, much, more ) than I do. 7.You can become fitter more ( quick, quicker, quickly ) if you put yourself on a diet. 8. David and Liz thought ( high, highly, higher ) of their school. 9. Her bag is so heavy that she ( lift it hard, can hardly lift it, hardly can lift it). 10.My parents object to the idea ( strong, with strength, strongly ). 11.She works much ( worse, badly, worst ) than he does. 12.She asked me to drive ( more slowly, slower, slowliest ). 13.People choose planes because they travel ( more fast, faster, fastest ) than trains.