B) Complete the sentences with a lot, far or much and he comparative form of the adjective or adverb.
e.g. Letís go by train. Itís ( a lot / cheap) a lot cheaper than going by plane.
1. Brad drives ( far / dangerously )††than Boris.
2. David can understand a math problem ( much / quick) ††than anyone else can.
3. Your brother is ( a lot / tall)††now than when I last saw him.
4. We arrived at the party ( much / late)††than we had planned.
5. The waves are ( far/ powerful)††in the afternoon than they are in the morning.
†C) Complete the sentences with the comparative or superlative form of the adverbs in the parantheses.
1. Jeff works ( quietly) †than Steve does.
2. Of the three drivers, Mary drives ( carefully) †of the three drivers.
3. Mary sings ( happily) †of all the girls in the group.
4. Steve gets to work (early)† than I do.
5. Mary runs (fast) †than John does.
D) Match the double comparative sentences.
- The more you practice,††††††††††† a. the more she learned.
- The harder I study,†††††††††††††††† b. the more money he will make.
- The more hours he works,†††††† c. the better you will get at playing the piano.
- The faster he runs,†††††††††††††††††† d. the more tired he feels.
- The longer she studied††††††††††† e. the better I will do on the test.†††††
†1. † 2. † 3. † 4. † 5.
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