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Jean is taller than Catherine. Philippe is less tall than Jean. Leïla
is as tall as Jean.
If the adjective ends in "--e" only an "r" is
If the adjective ends with "single vowel + consonant" the
consonant is doubled and one adds "--er" :
Some very common adjectives have irregular comparatives:
TEST - Compare these 2 cars (fictitious data). Use the adjectives.
ANSWERS (examples) 1. The Mercedes is more expensive than the Mini. 2. The Mini is cheaper than the Mercedes. 3. The Mercedes is more powerful than the Mini. 4. The Mercedes is larger than the Mini. The Mini is not as large as the Mercedes. 5. The Mercedes is more comfortable than the Mini. The Mini is less comfortable than the Mercedes. 6. The Mercedes is faster than the Mini.