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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Comparative adjectives 3

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Comparative adjectives/comparing things 3 | level: Intermediate/Advanced



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


1. His sense of humor is ________ than mine.
  sillier
  BOTH ARE OK
  more silly

2. Her clothes are ________ than her sister's.
  old-fashioneder
  BOTH ARE OK
  more old-fashioned

3. This food is a bit ________ than the food at the other restaurant.
  more greasy
  BOTH ARE OK
  greasier

4. That line is ________ than the last one you drew.
  more crooked
  BOTH ARE OK
  crookeder

5. Her hair is ________ than her sister's.
  BOTH ARE OK
  curlier
  more curly

6. I think the other clerk is ________ .
  helpfuler
  BOTH ARE OK
  more helpful

7. He's young, but his brother is ________.
  younger
  more young
  BOTH ARE OK

8. Mark's phone is ________ than mine.
  more expensive
  expensiver
  BOTH ARE OK

9. Which one of you is ________?
  BOTH ARE OK
  stronger
  more strong

10. He was much ________ to help than the other boys.
  eagerer
  BOTH ARE OK
  more eager


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