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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #100493: Adjectives and comparison
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    Adjectives and comparison

    John is 178 centimeters. David is 180. Smith is 195.

     John is tall. David is taller than John. Smith is the tallest of all.

    The red car next to the tree is $50,000. The blue car in front of the house is $80,000. The black car over there is $150,000.

    The red car is expensive. The blue car is more expensive than the red car. The black car is the most expensive of all.


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    1. My elder brother is three years (old) than I am.

    2. When I was a kid I always wanted to be (tall) than he was.

    3. Now I am the (tall) in my family.

    4. But my younger brother is (intelligent) than I am.

    5. My elder brother played volleyball much (good) than I did.

    6. My younger brother drives (careful) than I do.

    7. I am the (fast) driver in my family but the least careful.

    8. Unfortunately, I have the (high) number of speeding tickets.

    9. I have the (expensive) but the least economical car.

    10. All in all, I think I am the (smart) of all. What do you think? I am kidding.

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