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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1269: Comparatives / superlatives
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    Comparatives / superlatives

    Comparatives / superlatives

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    1. I have two sons; here is my (young) son, Pete.

    2. She used to bite her (up) lip.

    3. It is said to be (reliable) paper in England.

    4. She has always been (efficient) of all my secretaries.

    5. She has made her house (clean) in town.

    6. Their conversation was (interesting) I had heard for a long time.

    7. Don't you think it's (valuable) present you have ever received?

    8. I remember it was (hot) day in the season.

    9. He has always been (strong) of them all.

    10. I expect I could manage if you granted me (much) time.

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