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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #112664: Comparative form
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    Comparative form


    Complete the sentences using a comparative form (older, more important, etc).



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    1. It's too noisy here. Can we go somewhere (quiet)?

    2. This coffee is very weak. I like it (strong).

    3. The hotel was surprisingly big. I expected it to be (small).

    4. The hotel was surprisingly cheap. I expected it to be (expensive).

    5. The weather is too cold here. I'd like to live in a (hot) place.

    6. My job is a bit boring sometimes. I'd like to do something (interesting).

    7. It's a shame you live so far away. I wish you lived (near).

    8. I was surprised to see how easy it was to get a job. I thought it would have been (hard).

    9. Your work isn't very good. I'm sure you can do (good).

    10. Don't worry. The situation isn't so bad. It could be (bad).

    11. I was surprised we got here so quickly. I expected the trip to be (long).

    12. You're talking very loudly. Can you speak (quietly)?

    13. You hardly ever call me. Why don't you call me (often)?

    14. You're standing too near the camera. Can you move a bit (far) away?

    15. You were a little depressed yesterday, but you look (happy) today.









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