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To pass English you need a passing grade in 3 different areas: 1. Attendance (85% or more) 2. Class Work (75% or more) 3. Exams (75% or more) These grades will NOT be averaged.
Para aprobar el curso se necesitan calificaciones aprobadas de tres áreas diferentes: 1. Asistencia (85% o más) 2. Trabajo en Clase (75% o más) 3. Exámenes (75% o más) Las calificaciones NO serán promediadas.

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 Comparative form and Superlative form

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ana magaly

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Join date : 2010-08-07

PostSubject: Comparative form and Superlative form   Wed Oct 27, 2010 12:24 am

Comparative Form

1. The sleeves are more yellow than the rest of the blouse.

2. John is stronger than Mike.

3. The table on the left is lighter than the table on the right.

4. She is more careless with their supplies than Mrs. Smith.

5. Chocolate ice cream is more delicious than vanilla ice cream.

6. He is talle than me.

7. My brother is younger than Benito.

8. She is nicer than her sister.

9. This car is cheaper than that.

10. This computer is smaller than my computer.

11. Math is easier than English.

12. Margarita is funnier than my sister.

13. I am more intelligent than my brother.

14. My dog is smaller than my cat.

15. This table is heavier than the other table.


1. We have the greenest lawn on the block.

2. My vacation was the most wonderful time of my like.

3. The spring was the coolest in two years according to recent reports.

4. My house is the cheapest on the zone 3.

5. My jewerly is the most expensive of all.

6. It is the most expensive restaurant of all.

7. English class is the most interesting in the university.

8. My dog is the funniest in the zoo.

9. My mother is the most careful in my house.

10. My car is the biggest of all.

11. my boyfriend is the sweetest of all.

12. My shoes are the cheapest in the mall.

13. My blouse is the most expensive.

14. My phone is the cheapest of all the class.

15. My dad is the sweetest of all

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