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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Comparative adjectives 2

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Comparative adjectives/comparing things 2 | level: Intermediate/Advanced



Choose the correct response: If both options can be used, choose "BOTH ARE OK":


1. Things are ________ now than they used to be.
  BOTH ARE OK
  busier
  more busy

2. He is ________ about this than I am.
  more nervous
  nervouser
  BOTH ARE OK

3. I liked this movie, although I found it a bit ________ than his last film.
  duller
  more dull
  BOTH ARE OK

4. Mary wears her white skirt ________ than (she wears) her blue one.
  oftener
  more often
  BOTH ARE OK

5. This test is ________ than the last one.
  simpler
  more simple
  BOTH ARE OK

6. Which one is ________ ?
  better
  more good
  BOTH ARE OK

7. This is much ________.
  more important
  importanter
  BOTH ARE OK

8. My brother is ________ than I am.
  more wealthy
  wealthier
  BOTH ARE OK

9. This sounds a bit ________.
  naturaler
  BOTH ARE OK
  more natural

10. This trip was ________ than the last one.
  more fun
  funner
  BOTH ARE OK


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