Practice. Comparative and superlative adjectives. What’s it like?

Comparative and superlative adjectives

Practice. Comparative and superlative adjectives. What’s it like?

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Comparative and superlative adjectives

Practice. Comparative and superlative adjectives. What’s it like? Vocabulary

Everything is _____ in my country

I didn’t like that city at all. The streets were so _____ and the air was so _____.

Trains in London are more crowded _____ in Paris

Who is the _____ man in the world?

Jessica’s as tall _____ her mother

Venice is a very _____ city. A lot of people go there on honeymoon.

He’s _____ older than he looks

Oxford is one of ___ oldest universities in Europe

This is _____ than I expected

Before you can get a credit card, you have to provide a lot of _____
details

Rome was hotter _____ I expected

My dad’s really ____. He always buys presents for everyone

Here is the ____ news. Share prices on the Dow Jones Index have fallen dramatically.

What _____ New York like? It’s really exciting!

He isn’t as intelligent _____ his sister

The disco was so _____ that you couldn’t hear yourself speak

She had a car crash, but she was _____ to escape with no injuries at all.

I try to lead a _____ lifestyle - lots of exercises, fruit, and no junk food

After a heart attack, he needed a major surgery, but fortunately the operation was _____.

After the earthquake, the country needed a lot of _____ equipment to look after the sick and wounded

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