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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #3311: Big or large ?
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    Big or large ?

    Big : large in size, degree or amount : a big stone

    Great : much bigger than average : a great succes - a great time

    High : measurement from the bottom to the top - greater than normal : a high montain - a high level

    Large: big in size and quantity : a large country - a large number of people

    Tall : greater height than average : a tall man

    Note: we use high or tall when we speak about buildings

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    1. There is a nice house with a garden.

    2. Albert Einstein was a physicist.

    3. She is a very child for her age.

    4. A rate of inflation makes exports uncompetitive.

    5. My mother is six feet .

    6. He is making a mistake.

    7. Can you see the trees behind the lake ?

    8. The city has a level of pollution.

    9. This pullover isn't enough.

    10. My grandfather lived to a age.

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