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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #6657: Comparative and superlative forms
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    Comparative and superlative forms

    Comparative and superlative forms

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    1. A lion is (big) than a cat.

    2. Oh fine, it was raining yesterday but today the weather is (good).

    3. I have just a little money, so I'll have the (cheap) menu.

    4. She thinks that Chinese is (difficult) than English.

    5. Water is (expensive) than champagne.

    6. It's awful, we have got (bad) weather in the world.

    7. Your car is old ! it is (dangerous) than mine.

    8. Jane is 8 and Kim is 10 ; Jane is (young) than Kim.

    9. Don't be in a hurry, walk (slowly).

    10. Speak (loud), I can't hear you.

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