Check out our page on how to make comparisons, then try the grammar quiz below!
1. Some adjectives (like “good”, “bad” and “far”) are irregular, and have irregular comparative forms:
good = better
bad = worse
far = further
2. You can also make comparisons in these ways:
(not) as + ADJECTIVE + as
She is as tall as her brother / She isn’t as tall as her brother
3. You can also add “a bit” or “much” before the adjective:
He’s a bit older than me.
He’s much more intelligent than he thinks.
Choose the correct answer.
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