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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120089: Comparison of Adverbs and Adjectives
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    Comparison of Adverbs and Adjectives

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    1. I came (early) this morning.

    2. Arjun writes (good) mails than Rama.

    3. Do you work (much) now?

    4. She came (late) than expected.

    5. Harry writes (good) texts than Mike.

    6. He came (fast) than all his friends.

    7. I work (much) than you do.

    8. Among the eleven boys, John played (skilfully).

    9. She wrote a (well) book than usually.

    10. He works (much) than the three of us.

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