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    Adjectives: comparatives and superlatives

    Complete each sentence by typing the comparative or superlative form of the adjective shown between brackets.

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    1. She's the (determined) person that I have ever met.

    2. Children become (independent) as they get older.

    3. We stayed in the (luxurious) hotels we could find.

    4. His (sharp) comments were reserved for the parents of ill-behaved children.

    5. Her writing is (fresh) and livelier than in her last novel.

    6. She needs to make the quality of her work (consistent).

    7. John is (sympathetic) to Helen's problems than I am.

    8. She's (impatient) with people than she used to be.

    9. The more he praised her, the (red) her face grew.

    10. They are children who get the (severe) form of the disease.

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