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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104968: Comparison
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: | Comparisons [Change theme]
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    Allow you to compare two people or two objects.



    • Comparison of equality: 'as' + adjective + 'as'

    => His neighbours are as noisy as mine. 

    • Comparison of inferiority: 'less' + adjective + 'than'

    => She is less clever than her sister.

    • Comparison or adjective of inferiority :

    Short adjective: adjective + 'er' +'than'

    => It is darker than outside! 

    Long adjective:  'more' + adjective + 'than'

    => You should be more careful than that!



    good, wellbetter than
    badworse than
    farfarther than

       Ending in -'y' => -ier :


         Short vowel between 2 consonants:


    Exercise : 

    examples :  It was less easy than I thought.  (easy  - )                 

                     His horse is faster than mine.  (fast  + )                

                     She is as clever as his brother. (clever  = ) 


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    1. My friends are (nice +) yours who are not very polite.

    2. Your pizza is (good =) mine but I prefer mine.

    3. Your CDs are (expensive +) theirs.

    4. Our fridge is much (big +) yours and it is a new one.

    5. Your chair is (comfortable -) your armchair.

    6. They are (intelligent, =) their brothers.

    7. I think the film is (good +) the book.

    8. Our car is (fast -) hers.

    9. My little sister is (beautiful =) an angel.

    10. Their bikes were (expensive -) yours.

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