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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106044: Comparative and superlative
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    Comparative and superlative

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    1. He is (generous) person I have ever met. In fact, he gave me a new car yesterday!

    2. And he is much (kind) than any of my other friends as well.

    3. - I'm not sure I can make it to your party because I have to work. - Well, I hope you can! It is (good) to come late than not to come at all.

    4. This is my great grandmother. She is (old) member of the family.

    5. She has (some) experience than anybody else and the best stories!

    6. She is the one with (little) money in her family but the biggest heart.

    7. The problem we solved yesterday was (easy) among all the problems we had to solve.

    8. - Which is (far) from here: Rome or London? - I think Rome is farther.

    9. He is not (intelligent) student in school. I am, of course.

    10. But he is (trustworthy) , which is a very important quality to have.

    11. The parents were (proud) of their clever children.

    12. Although I think that Jim is (handsome) than his brother, some people say 'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder'.

    13. The film we saw last night was undoubtedly (great) film we had ever seen.

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