Comparative forms exercise

April 1, 2014pdf

Complete the following sentences using the appropriate form of the adjective given in the brackets.

1. Rama is ………………. than Krishnan. (weak)

2. My watch is ……………… than yours. (costly)

3. My father’s health is ………………… now. (good)

4. Things are going from bad to ……………….. (bad)

5. Our new servant is ………………… than the one we had last year. (dependable)

6. We hope to get …………….. rain this year. (much)

7. I have not come across a ………………. person than my uncle. (sensible)

8. It is ……………… to preach than to practise. (easy)

9. He ignored his ……………….. brother’s advice. (old)

10. Our new home is ……………… spacious than our old one. (little)

11. Clothes are ……………… when you buy them from roadside stalls. (cheap)

Answers

1. Rama is weaker than Krishnan.

2. My watch is costlier than yours.

3. My father’s health is better now.

4. Things are going from bad to worse.

5. Our new servant is more dependable than the one we had last year.

6. We hope to get more rain this year.

7. I have not come across a more sensible person than my uncle.

8. It is easier to preach than to practise.

9. He ignored his elder brother’s advice.

10. Our new home is less spacious than our old one.

11. Clothes are cheaper when you buy them from roadside stalls.

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