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COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES




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COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES

1. Write the comparative form of the following adjectives.
a) young������������������� e) beautiful��� �������� i) big������ �
b) small���� ��������������� f) good��������� ��������������� j) funny��� �
c) long������ ���������������� g) bad���������������������������k) young����
d) short����� ����������������h) old����������� ��������������� l) difficult��
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2. Now, complete the text. Use the comparative form.
My friend Harry
There is a new student in my class. His name is Harry. He is tall, handsome, and thin. He is really �(tall) and �(handsome) than the other boys in my class. I like him! He is British but now, he lives in Salamanca. Salamanca is �(big) than Harry's town, Bath, and there are �(interesting) places to visit. He likes walking through the Major Square because it is �(clean) than some parks in the city. But, he hates Salamanca weather in winter. It is �(cold) than in England!!