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1. COMPLETE. USE THE COMPARATIVE FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS   

1.    Karen is  (young) than her sister.

2.    Susan is  (intelligent) than Molly.

3.    The weather this summer is  (bad) than last summer.

4.    My children are  (noisy) than my friend’s children.

5.    A knife is  (dangerous) than a spoon.

6.                   Betty is  (careful) than George.

 

2. COMPLETE. USE THE SUPERLATIVE FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES IN BRACKETS   

1.     (large) cucumber weighed 66lbs.

2.     (big) omelet was made of 54,763 eggs.

3.     (successful) songwriters in Britain are Paul McCartney and the late John Lennon.

4.     (heavy) baby at birth was a boy of 22 lbs. 8 oz. He was born in Italy in 1955

5.      (fat) person was a man in New York.  He weighed almost 1200 lbs.

6.    One of  (famous) painters was Pablo Picasso.

 

3. FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE PROPER FORM OF THE ADJECTIVES (COMPARATIVE OR SUPERLATIVE)                              

                                                                                             1. Your bag is  (easy) than mine.
 
                                                                                  2.    My mother’s advice is  (useful) for me.
 

3.    Health is  (important) than money.

 

4. This is  (difficult) rule of all.

 

5.    This athlete is  (strong) than his competitor.

 

6.    This pen writes  (good) than my previous one.

  
 
 
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