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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #129052: Comparative form
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    Comparative form

    Change the adjective into its comparative form.

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    English exercise "Comparative form" created by ldr06 with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from ldr06]
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    1. My car is small; I would like to buy a (big) one.

    2. My job is hard, so I am looking for a (interesting) one.

    3. She is not very tall. Her brother is (tall).

    4. My sofa isn't very comfortable. Yours is (comfortable).

    5. Your idea is good, but I have a (good) one.

    6. Your flowers are very nice; they are (nice) than mine.

    7. My bag is (heavy) than yours.

    8. The weather is bad today, but it will be (bad) tomorrow!

    9. That exercise isn't easy but this one is (easy).

    10. Dan drives fast but Jim drives even (fast).

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