Adverb Equal Comparisons

An adverb equal comparison is the comparison between two things using ‘as _____ as’. When using this strategy, the blank should be filled in with an adverb. For example, if you were wanting to describe how quick your friend was, you would compare his quickness to something commonly known to be quick. For this example, we will compare him to lightning. So the sentence would read, “My friend runs as quickly as lightning.”


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Last updated: 12/18/2017
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