Put the adjective or adverb in the correct form.

1. Sarah is much (tall) than Judy.
2. My voice isn't as (loud) as John's.
3.The more sweets you eat, the ( fat) you are going to get.
4. She sings much (bad) than her sister.
5. I play tennis as (good) as Steve does.
6. Fiona is a lot (pretty) than Kate.
7. Tom is a (good) student than Carol.
8. My house is (far) away from the school than yours.
9. Demi is much (young) than she looks.
10. (long) you drive, the more tired you become.


Put the adjective or adverb in the correct form.

1. Kate dances (good) of all the students in her school.
2. It's (exciting) film I have ever seen.
3. (hard) you study, the better your grades will be.
4. I hate the book. It's (interesting) of all I've read this year.
5. Robert speaks (clear) than me.




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Put the adjective or adverb in the correct form.

1. Sarah is much taller than Judy.
2. My voice isn't as louder as John's.
3.The more sweets you eat, the fat you are going to get.
4. She sings much worst than her sister.
5. I play tennis as good as Steve does.
6. Fiona is a lot prettier than Kate.
7. Tom is a the best student than Carol.
8. My house is farther away from the school than yours.
9. Demi is much younger than she looks.
10. Longer you drive, the more tired you become.


Put the adjective or adverb in the correct form.

1. Kate dances the best of all the students in her school.
2. It's the most exciting film I have ever seen.
3. Harder you study, the better your grades will be.
4. I hate the book. It's the most interesting of all I've read this year.
5. Robert speaks clearer than me.
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