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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6578: Double comparative
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    Double comparative


    Re-build each sentence with a double comparative.Example:Food was expensive << food is more and more expensive.



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    1.There are a few tourists from Asia.
            


    2.A lot of immigrants came from Europe.
           


    3.Australian wine wasn't that good in the past.
          


    4.Surfing used to be less popular.
          


    5.Coastal cities used to be less populated.
           


    6.Many people didn't realise how dangerous it was to lie in the sun.
                  


    7.Children spend a lot of time watching TV.
            


    8.There are not many French songs on French radio.
              


    9.It is difficult to find a parking place.
               


    10.Nowadays, personal computers are not very expensive.
            









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