Exercise 1: adjective comparison (as/as & more/than)
(Practise comparing adjectives with ‘as, more, than’)
Comparison with adjectives – cloze test (difficulty: 3 of 5 – medium)
Complete the gaps with the appropriate form of comparison for the adjectives in brackets. You need either ‘as/as, more/most,’ or the comparative form. Two of the sentences have more than one solution.
- Example: “A sports car is _____ than a truck.” (fast) → “A sports car is faster than a truck.”
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