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Which of your three friends has the (earlier, earliest) curfew?
earliest
Of all the members in my writing group, I am (less interested, least interested) in poetry.
least interested
The toddler walked (aimlessly, more aimlessly) around the playground.
aimlessly
This new computer game is (less fun, least fun) than the game I already had.
less fun
What is the (more interesting, most interesting) book of all those on the list?
most interesting
Grandpa's computer store is open (later, latest) than his competitor's.
later
Would the subway be (fastest, faster) than the bus?
faster
When I cook chicken, I use (less, least) oil than Dad uses.
less
The kite flew merrily in a (brisk, brisker) summer breeze.
brisk
Selena is (more comfortable, most comfortable) speaking in public than her brother.
more comfortable
Don't buy that potted plant-it looks the (least healthy, less healthy) of them all.
least healthy
Listen to this joke-it's the (funnier, funniest) one I've heard all week!
funniest
This abandoned house is (spooky, spookier).
spooky
We'll watch this movie tonight since it is (shortest, shorter) than the other one.
shorter
Vic is the (most loyal, more loyal) friend I have known.
most loyal
Every grocery store promises that its fish counter has the (freshest, fresher) fish in town.
freshest
My front yard has the (taller, tallest) trees on the block.
tallest
Which is (farther, farthest) away, the library or the park?
farthest
Jeanette is (more punctual, most punctual) than her sister Julia.
more punctual
Wearing a hat is the (better, best) way to stay warm.
best
The orchestra sounds (good, well) tonight.
good
Ruthie handles herself (good, well) in a crisis.
well
The Chang twins play the piano very (good, well).
well
You look (good, well) now that your cold is gone.
good
How (good, well) did you do on the spelling test?
well
Because she has the flu, she doesn't feel (good, well) today.
well
The directions say to stir the ingredients until they are (good, well) blended.
well
Despite what Mike says, I think this is a (good, well) plan.
good
I have earned (good, well) grades for six weeks.
good
She speaks so quietly that I cannot hear her very (good, well).
well