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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 was looking (cheerful) than when I last saw her.

    2. In the (wide) sense, everything in life is religious.

    3. Today's statement was the (candid) yet.

    4. She is the (elegant) woman I have ever met.

    5. The (greedy) children rushed to the table first.

    6. He was the (impressive) of the team's strikers.

    7. The new car is (reliable) than the old one.

    8. He is stuck in the (dreary) job imaginable.

    9. Of all my presents, this is the (special) .

    10. I hope my mother will be (generous) .

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