Transform the following sentences by changing the degree of comparison as directed in brackets and also find the regular and irregular adjectives and adverbs in the same sentences:

a) He is the best boy in his class. (Positive)
b) Napoleon was the greatest general of his time. (Positive)
c) Suresh is one of the most wicked boys in his class. (Positive)
d) Very few games are so popular as cricket. (Superlative)
e) Some grains are as little as nutritious as rice. (Superlative)
f) He is as dull as a donkey. (Comparative)
g) India is the largest democracy in the world. (Comparative)
h) No other building of the world is so grand as the Taj Mahal. (Comparative)
i) Iron is more useful than any other metal. (Superlative)
j) Summar is more pleasant than winter in many countries. (Positive)


  1. Interchange of Degrees of Comparison
  2. Degrees of Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
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