Comparative And Superlative Questions

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Comparative And Superlative Questions

Asking comparative and superlative questions is a great way to get students talking about their experiences and opinions while making sentences with comparative and superlative adjectives. On this page, you can find a many comparative questions and superlative questions you can use in your English conversation class. Let’s get started.

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Comparative Questions

A comparative adjective is an adjective which is used to compare two things. Asking comparative questions encourages students to choose between the two things and express their opinions. Here are some comparative questions you can use in your conversation class:

  • Which is better, English or math?
  • Who is taller, your mom or your dad?
  • Who is smarter, you or your brother/sister?
  • Which is tastier, Coca-Cola or Pepsi?
  • Which is better, McDonald’s or Burger King?
  • Which is healthier, salad or pizza?
  • Which sport is more fun to watch, soccer or tennis?
  • Which animal makes a better pet, a cat or a dog?
  • Which is faster, a horse or a tiger?
  • Who is older, your mom or your dad?
  • Which is stronger, a lion or a bear?
  • Who is stronger, superman or batman?
  • Which games are more fun, computer games or board games?
  • What is more expensive, gold or silver?
  • What is bigger, the earth or the moon?
  • Which sport is more fun to play, basketball or baseball?
  • Which language is more difficult to learn, English or Chinese?
  • What is more important, money or happiness?
  • What is more entertaining, watching T.V or playing computer games?
  • Does social media make the world a better or worse place?
Comparative Questions
Comparative Questions

Superlative Questions

A superlative adjective is an adjective used when comparing three or more things. Asking superlative questions to students is a great way to get them talking about what they know and their thoughts and opinions. Here are some superlative questions you can use in your conversation class:

  • What’s the most interesting subject you study?
  • What’s the most delicious food you have tried?
  • What’s the most expensive thing you’ve bought?
  • Who’s the funniest person in your family?
  • What’s the biggest animal on earth?
  • When was the happiest moment in your life?
  • What country is the best place to live?
  • What is the funniest movie you have seen?
  • What subject are you worst at?
  • What subject are you best at?
  • What sport are you best at?
  • Who is the smartest person you know?
  • What’s the strangest thing you have ever seen?
  • Who is the tallest person in your family?
  • What is the tallest mountain in the world?
  • Which language do you think would be the most difficult to learn?
  • What is the most disgusting food you have tried?
  • What is the most interesting book you have read?
  • Which sport is the most fun to play?
  • What is the best song of all time?
Superlative Questions
Superlative Questions

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