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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #101624: Adjectives: comparative and superlative
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    Adjectives: comparative and superlative






    Complete each sentence by typing the comparative or superlative form of the adjective shown between brackets.



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    1. She made an even (clumsy) attempt to apologise.

    2. Let's see which group is the (observant) .

    3. It is a (indirect) route but the scenery is nicer.

    4. There will be a (formal) announcement later.

    5. The (urgent) task is to find the missing keys!

    6. We all gave our ideas but Mary's was the (original) .

    7. Peter's explanation was (confusing) than anyone else's.

    8. I'll take the (full) box, you take one that is less full.

    9. His behaviour was becoming (erratic) .

    10. Heroin was the (harmful) of the drugs he took.









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