What are the differences among "Good/Better/Best" in English? This test was designed for you to practice "Good/Better/Best". The test has 20 questions. Before taking the test, please read the following tips about "Good/Better/Best".


- Good: is an adjective. Used before a noun but after a verb.

Ex: He is a good teacher

This food tastes good.

 - Better: is the comparative form of "good".

Ex: He is better than me.

- Best: is the superlative form of "good".

Ex: That's the best car.


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