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Please choose the correct form of comparative adjective or adverb for a meaningful sentence.
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1. This sofa is ____ than that armchair.
2. Rita dances ____ than her sister does.
3. Sam's house is _____ than mine.
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4. Which is the correct sentence?
5. Which is the correct sentence?
6. Which is the correct sentence?
7. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate word in the correct form.
colorful | higher | later | quietly | more | taller
Jon is than Sally.
Sally's uniform is than Jon's one.
Lukas jumps than Tony.
Jon is cheering than Sally.
Peter is going to talk him about the house.
8. Which is the correct sentence?
9. Which is the correct sentence?
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10. There are situations in which you can omit than depending on the context.
11. We use comparisons with adjectives/adverbs when we want to compare two or more things, people or actions.
12. When we want to compare one thing with another we use the word than before the adjective or adverb.