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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #109151: Superlatives
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Adjectives | Speaking | Comparisons [Change theme]
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    Superlatives


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    1. All the teachers say that Nicole is the (intelligent) student in the classroom.

    2. Most boys like football. It is the (popular) sport in our country.

    3. Oh my God! Look at this tree. It is the (big) one that I've ever seen.

    4. Look at Susan. She is the (tall) girl in the school.

    5. John plays basketball every Sunday. He is the (good) player in our team.

    6. You always make us laugh; you are the (funny) boy in the world.

    7. The film that I saw yesterday is the (boring) movie that I've ever seen.

    8. No one should visit this city. It is the (dangerous) in the world.

    9. Last night, Kaylie was the (pretty) girl at the party.

    10. Don't think that a rich man is the (happy) person in the world.









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