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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70405: Comparative and superlative
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    Comparative and superlative



    Complete the sentences.
    1 to 5 = comparative.
    6 to 10 = superlative.



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    1. Comparatives (of superiority)- .He is (young) his sister.

    2. Sleeping is (easy) working.



    3. She is (thin) her husband.



    4. Kevin is (tolerant) his brother but he is lazier than his sister.



    5. I think the last episode of this series was (bad) the first.




    6. Superlatives (of superiority) - .John is (tall) person in the family.

    7. This is (bad) restaurant in town.



    8. Your parents are (good) friends for you.



    9. I think this book is (interesting) I have ever read.



    10. Einstein was (intelligent) man of the 20th century.











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