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1) He gets (boring). I can’t listen to him any longer.

2) I didn’t like this book at first, but it’s getting (interesting).

3) My daughter’s English results are getting (bad).

4) The boss will be angry with you. You arrive (late) at work.

5) In spring the weather gets (warm).

6) It’s time you tidied your room. It’s getting (messy).

7) Food is getting (expensive).


1) The you study for these exams, the you will do.

2) She doesn't really like vodka, so the a bottle you find, the it will be for us.

3) My neighbour is driving me mad! It seems that the it is at night, the he plays his music!

4) He spent a year in India and loves spicy food. The the food is, the he likes it.

5) Of course you can come to the party. The the .

6) She will be really angry about that vase being broken! The she knows about it, the .

1. I visit my parents (more often/the most often) than my brothers do.

2. He thinks he always knows . (better/best)

3. Out of all my siblings, I visit my parents (more often/the most often).

4. David did (worse/the worst) than he thought he would do on his test.

5. I did (worse/the worst) out of all the students on my test.

Fill in the correct adverb form (comparative or superlative) of the adjectives in brackets.

more fluently
1. I speak English (fluent) now than last year.

2. She greeted me (polite) of all.

3. She smiled (happy) than before.

4. This girl dances (graceful) of all.

5. Could you write (clear) ?

6. Planes can fly (high) than birds.