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Exercise #31 - comparative adverbs

Directions: Complete each sentence with an adverb in the comparative form.

 

1. He slept __________ _________ last night _________ the previous night.

2. Martha works __________ ___________ the other waitresses.

3. My car runs _________ ___________ now __________ it did before I took it to a mechanic.

4. You need to drive _________ _________ when there are children present.

5. The teacher needs to speak _________ __________ if he wants to be heard.

6. The machine operates _________ __________ in cold weather.

7. Flights depart ___________ ____________ in the evening compared to the morning.

8. Jose played soccer ________ today _______ he did last week.

9. Helena did her job _________ ___________ after she made a few mistakes.

10. Smart phones can direct travelers to their destination _________ __________ __________ they did a few years ago.

 

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Here they are:

 

1. Joe slept more comfortably last night than the previous night.

2. Martha works faster than the other waitresses.

3. My car runs much better now than it did before I took it to a mechanic.

4. You need to drive more carefully when there are children present.

5. The teacher needs to speak more loudly if he wants to be heard.

6. The machine operates less efficiently in cold weather.

7. Flights depart less frequently in the evening compared to the morning.

8. Jose played soccer worse today than he did last week.

9. Helena did her job less confidently after she made a few mistakes.

10. Smart phones can direct travelers to their destination more accurately than they did a few years ago.

 

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