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Comparative Adjectives

Complete these exercises on comparative adjectives

Comparative Adjectives 1

Complete the sentences with the correct comparative adjective form
1.
This week is (busy) than last week.
2.
Our sales figures are (high) this month.
3.
Android is (popular) than Apple.
4.
They are (happy) now than before.
5.
I prefer the design that is (colourful).
6.
The internet speed is (fast) here than at home.
7.
My laptop is much (heavy) than my tablet.
8.
This version is (bad) than the last one.
9.
It is (comfortable) to work from home.
10.
The US is (large) than the UK.

Comparative Adjectives 2

Complete the sentences using the correct comparative adjective form
1.
We are much (optimistic) this quarter compared to last quarter.
2.
My English is (good) now than it was two months ago.
3.
I am looking for a (cheap) solution.
4.
The first option is (expensive) than the second option.
5.
Drinking water is (healthy) than drinking soda.
6.
I live (near) the office now.
7.
Dogs are (intelligent) than hamsters.
8.
John is (friendly) than Pat.

Present Perfect Continuous

Practise the present perfect continuous form (have + been + -ing)

Present Perfect Continuous

Complete the sentences with the correct form.
1.
He (work) on this project for weeks now.
2.
I (wait) for you for ages.
3.
How long (he/live) abroad?
4.
She (learn) English for several years.
5.
I (not/drink) enough water lately.
6.
The footballers (play) for over an hour already, they must be getting tired.
7.
It (not/rain) all summer, the plants are dying.
8.
We (train) a lot recently. We have a game next week.
9.
I feel great; I (exercise) a lot recently.
10.
I (read) much lately.

Present Perfect Simple Versus Present Perfect Continuous

Identify which grammar form is correct in each sentence.

Present Perfect Simple versus Present Perfect Continuous

Complete the sentences with the correct forms.
1.
I
Lisa since last year.
2.
We
on this for hours, but we still haven't made much progress.
3.
How long
Michael?
4.
the project yet?
5.
I
to the Beatles all day; I'm now on their fifth album.
6.
You look tired. Have you
a lot lately?
7.
Sorry I'm late. Have you
long for me?
8.
He
in several different countries.
9.
I have
my keys a lot recently.
10.
I
all the tasks on my to-do list today. I can go home now!
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