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EXERCISE 4. Open the brackets and give the comparative or superlative degree of the following adjectives and adverbs.
1. That is (incredible) story I have ever heard. 2. It is not always (bright) students who do well in tests. 3. Terylene shirts are (hard) wearing, but cotton shirts are much (comfortable). 4. Which is (deep), Lake Michigan or Lake Superior? 5. She is far (self-confident) than she used to be. 6. (tall) man among the guests is a basketball player. 7. I like both of them, but I think Kate is (easy) to talk to. 8. Most people are (well off) than their parents used to be. 9. She has a lot to be thankful for; but (sad) thing of all is that she does not realize it. 10. I want to buy a car – (powerful) one you have. 11. You look a lot (sad) than you did last time I saw you. 12. There is nothing (irritating) than locking yourself out of your own house. 13. Both roads lead to the city centre, but the left-hand one is probably a bit (short) and (direct). 14. As I get (old), I notice the policemen seem to be getting (young). 15. The boys in our school are much (good-looking) and a lot (good) at football than the boys in other schools in the town.
EXERCISE 5. Put as ... as, so … as or than.
1 Barbara is nearly ... old ... her stepmother. 2. There aren’t more ... two thousand books in my mother's library. 3. Bob talks just ... his father. 4. This child is … naughty … that one. 5. Do ... I tell you; don't do ... I do. 6. I am not ... naive ... to believe all he promises me. 7. After your heart attack you should walk ... slowly ... possible. 8. The Volga is not now ... wide ... it was. 9.I have ... many working hours a week ... any other employee. 10. A shower uses less water ... a bath.
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