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1. Form the comparative and superlative degrees of the following adjectives and adverbs:

Cheap, nice, little, heavy, simple, big, beautiful, pleasant, low, few, light, small, attractive, lucky, surprising, boring, bad, shy, busy, good, intelligent, many, far, expensive, old, large, young, funny, clever, deep, near, bright, slow, dangerous, fat, difficult, long, comfortable, rich, poor, high, useful, interesting, pretty, strong, easy, famous, dark, important, little, old.


2. Open the brackets and use the comparative form of the adjectives and adverbs:

1) Is there a (late) train passing here? 2) You have made (few) mistakes than yesterday. 3) There are (many) customers on Saturdays than on weekdays. 4) My (old) brother is 3 years (old) than me. 5) This book is (interesting) than that one. 6) (far) details will be given next time. 7) Is German grammar (difficult) than English grammar? 8) She is (clever) than her brother. 9) Motorcycles are (noisy) than cars. 10) Dennis plays tennis (bad) than John. 11) Are expensive things (good) than cheap ones? 12) Days are getting (short) in November. 13) This sofa is (comfortable) than that one. 14) Life is becoming (difficult). 15) Youre (old) than me. 16) Can you walk a bit (fast)?


3. Open the brackets and use the comparative form of the adjectives and adverbs:

1) The exam was quite difficult (difficult) than I expected. 2) I know him well probably (well) than anybody else knows him. 3) This coffee is very weak. I like it a bit (strong). 4) The hotel was surprisingly cheap. I expected it to be (expensive). 5) The weather is too cold here. Id like to live somewhere (warm). 6) Dont worry. The situation isnt so bad. It could be (bad). 7) I felt tired last night, so I went to bed (early) than usual. 8) I want a (big) flat. We dont have enough space here. 9) The instructions were very complicated. They could have been (simple). 10) In some parts of our country, prices are (high) than in others. 11) You look (thin). Have you lost weight? 12) David looks (old) than he really is. 13) Ive waited long enough. Im not waiting any (long). 14) Could you speak a bit (slowly)? 15) How do you feel? Much (good), thank you. 16) Your English is improving. Its getting (good) and (good).


4. Open the brackets and use the comparative form of the adjectives and adverbs:

1) (many) and (many) people are learning English now. 2) Lets go by car. Its much (cheap). 3) My (old) sister is a nurse. 4) Unfortunately her illness was (serious) than we thought at first. 5) It was very hot yesterday. Today its a bit (cool). 6) Its a lot (easy) to learn a foreign language in a country where it is spoken. 7) I enjoyed our visit to the museum. It was far (interesting) than I expected. 8) I spent (little) money than you. 9) He is (nervous) about it than I am. 10) I liked this movie, although I found it a bit (dull) than his last film. 11) This exam was a bit (easy) than all the other tests. 12) Flying is a lot (quick) than going by car. 13) I prefer this chair to the other ones. Its (comfortable). 14) Our hotel was (cheap) than all the others in the town. 15) The United States is very large, but Canada is (large). 16) I felt well yesterday, but I feel (good) today.


5. Open the brackets and use the superlative form of the adjectives and adverbs:

1) She must be (rich) woman in the world. 2) It was (late) thing I expected of you. 3) It was a very bad experience. It was one of (bad) experiences in my life. 4) February is (snowy) and (cold) month of the year. 5) Its a very valuable painting. Its (valuable) painting in the gallery. 6) He is a very dangerous criminal. He is one of (dangerous) criminals of the country. 7) Is English (useful) language to learn? 8) I wonder what his (near) step is going to be? 9) I havent heard (late) news. I think it was very interesting. 10) He is a very rich man. He is one of (rich) man in the world. 11) Its a very good room. Its (good) room in the hotel. 12) Their house is (far) in our street. 13) Kate is (tall) of these two girls. 14) This is (incredible) story I have ever heard. 15) It was a very happy day. It was (happy) day in my life. 16) Excuse me. Where is (near) metro-station?


6. Open the brackets and use the superlative form of the adjectives and adverbs:

1) Hes a very good player. He is (good) player in the team. 2) Its a very big castle. Its one of (big) castles in Britain. 3) This is easily (good) restaurant in London. 4) What was (happy) day of your life? 5) Everest is (high) mountain in the world. 6) What is (popular) sport in your country? 7) It was an awful day. It was (bad) day of my life. 8) Whats (quick) way of getting from here to the airport? 9) For (far) information, please write to the above address. 10) His brother is (talented) person I have ever met. 11) I think (good) way to learn English is to go to an English-speaking country. 12) She always wears (late) fashion. 13) Its (little) of two evils. 14) This is (beautiful) picture Ive ever seen. 15) Its (old) building in the city. 16) It was (simple) grammar rule for me.


7. Open the brackets and use the superlative form of the adjectives and adverbs:

1) Swimming is (popular) summer sport. 2) Coal is (important) natural resource. 3) Shakespeare is (outstanding) poet and playwright of all the ages. 4) He is (clever) man. 5) Which is (high) mountain in the world? 6) This is (sunny) room in the hotel. 7) What is (late) news? 8) I am (young) of the three children in our family. 9) This is (near) post-office to our house. 10) Thats (funny) story I have ever heard. 11) She is (rich) woman in the world. 12) The Mississippi is (long) river in the world. 13) What is (stupid) thing you have ever done? 14) What do you think is (happy) time in a persons life: when you are a child or an adult? 15) What was (interesting) book you read in childhood? 16) What is (easy) way for learning a foreign language?

8. Open the brackets and use the right degree of the adjectives:

1) Northern Ireland is far (small) than Australia. 2) A plane is much (fast) than a train. 3) Are married women much (happy) than single women? 4) I believe this flat is as (comfortable) as that. 5) This exercise is (easy) than that one. 6) This is a very (funny) film. 7) His answer at the exam wasnt as (good) as his friends. 8) This was one of (bad) experiences in my life. 9) The kangaroo is (clever) than the cow but the monkey is (clever). 10) The (responsible) you are, the (few) problems you get. 11) German is (difficult) than Spanish. 12) She has two children. Her (old) son is twenty-five years old. 13) This building is one of (old) in the street. 14) The (large) the house is, the (difficult) it is to keep it tidy. 15) Have you heard (late) news? No, whats the matter? 16) Was that (late) bus to London? No, there is one more in half an hour. 17) Dick is (old) child in the family. 18) Could you tell me the way to (near) bus stop, please? You should walk (far) along this street and then turn to the left. 19) Is your father much (old) than your mother? 20) Is it only seven oclock? I thought it was much (late).


9. Open the brackets and use the right degree of the adjectives:

1) The new bookshop is much (near) to my house than the old one. 2) Why were you absent (late) week? 3) Going by plane is (short) than by train. 4) Am I speaking loud or shall I speak a bit (loud)? 5) Yesterday I came home (late) than usual. 6) This is (high) building in our town. 7) I think German is (difficult) than English. 8) She is (strange) person I have ever met. 9) It was (bad) time of my life. 10) The weather is much (good) today than it was yesterday. 11) This test is (easy) than the last one. 12) Its (warm) today than it was yesterday. 13) It was (beautiful) music Ive ever heard. 14) Your computer is (modern) than mine. 15) This flat is too small. We need to get a (big) one. 16) Going by car is twice as (long) as going by train. 17) It was by far (good) time of my life. 18) I think English spelling is by far (difficult). 19) He is not nearly as (intelligent) as his sister. 20) Australia is the earths (old) continent.


10. Open the brackets and give the correct form of the comparative constructions:

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