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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #10841: Comparative or superlative ?
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    Comparative or superlative ?

    Complete the sentences.

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    English exercise "Comparative or superlative ?" created by woodyrun with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from woodyrun]
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    1. He is me by two inches (tall).

    2. This city is in the world (polluted).

    3. The road is getting ; driving is becoming difficult. (narrow)

    4. He is child in the family (old) (10 children in the family).

    5. We can't stop here, let's go (far).

    6. Chinese is far English (difficult).

    7. This is offer I've ever had ! (advantageous)

    8. Today, life is in the 16th century ! (easy)

    9. news we received from him was very alarming (late).

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