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Understanding Comparatives

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Let's see how well you understand comparative sentences. Read through the ten questions and decide what is being said in each.

Link: Comparative Forms

  • Tom's house is as big as Tim's.




  • Jane is not as old as Sam.




  • The blue dress is considerably more expensive than the green dress.



  • The girl is slightly more intelligent than the boy.



  • "Billy is somewhat older than Susan."The difference between them is:




  • Jake's car is vastly superior to Andrew's.




  • Sarah is just as rich as Douglas.




  • James got up even earlier than Jim.




  • Hugo is less handsome than Dean.