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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44965: Repeated comparative
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: | Comparisons [Change theme]
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    Repeated comparative


    You form it by repeating 'more' or 'short adjective+er'.He gets more and more nervous.It is getting colder and colder.



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    1. He gets (boring).

    2. This book is getting (interesting).

    3. My daughter's English results are getting (bad).

    4. Sally arrives (late) at work.

    5. The weather is getting (beautiful).

    6. Your room is getting (messy).

    7. Milk is getting (expensive).

    8. I think films are getting (violent).

    9. It's getting (difficult) to see him.

    10. He is getting (busy) at the moment.

    11. I saw him yesterday. He feels (good).









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