Sách Giải Bài Tập và SGK
Bài tập so sánh hơn
Bài tập so sánh hơn
Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences. Use much/ a bit ... + a comparative form. Use than where necessary.
1. Her illness was much more ..... than we thought at first. (much /serious)
2. This bag is too small. I need something .... . (much/big)
3. I'm afraid the problem is .... it seems. (much/complicated)
4. It was very hot yesterday. Today it's .... . (a bit/cool)
5. I enjoyed our visit to the museum. It was .... I expected. (far/ interesting)
6. You're driving too fast. Can you drive .... ? (a bit/ slowly)
7. It's .... to learn a foreign language in a country where it is spoken. (a lot/easy)
8. I thought she was younger than me, but in fact she's .... . (slightly/old)
2. much longer
3. much more complicated than
4. a bit cooler
5. far more interesting than
6. a bit more slowly
7. a lot easier
8. slightly older
Complete the sentences using any/no + comparative. Use than where necessary.
1. I've waited long enough. I'm not waiting .....
2. I'm sorry I'm a bit late, but I couldn't get here .... .
3. This shop isn't expensive.The prices are .... anywhere else.
4. I need to stop for a rest. I can't walk .... .
5. The traffic isn't particularly bad toy. It's .... usual.
1. any longer
2. any sooner/ any earlier
3. no higher than / no more expensive than
4. any further/ farther
5. no worse than
Complete the sentences using the structure in Section C.
1. Cathy got more and .... in her job. In the end she left (bored).
2. That hole in your sweater is getting .... . (big)
3. My bags seemed to get .... as I carried them (heavy)
4. As I waited for my interview, I became .... . (nervous)
5. As the day went on, the weather got .... . (bad)
6. Health care is becoming .... . (expensive)
7. Sice Anna went to Canada, her English has got .... . (good)
8. As the conversation went on, Paul become .... . (talkative)
1. more bored
2. bigger and bigger
3. heavier and heavier
4. more and more nervous
5. worse and worse
6. more and more expensive
7. better and better
8. more and more talkative
These sentences are like those in Section D. Use the words in brackets to complete the sentences.
1. I like warm weather.
=> The warmer the weather, ....... (feel)
2. I didn't really like him when we first met.
=> But the more I got know him, ........... . (like)
3. If you're in business, you want to make a profit.
=> The more foods you sell, ........... . (profit)
4. It's hard to concentrate when you're tired.
=> The more tired you are, ........... . (hard)
5. Kate had to wait a very long time.
=> The longer she waited, ........... . (important/become)
1. the better I feel
2. the more I killed him or the more I got to like him
3. the more profit you (will) make or the higher your profit or the more your profit.
4. the harder it is to concentrate
5. the more impatient she became
Which is correct older or elder? Or both of them?
1. My older/elder sister is a TV producer.
2. I'm surprised Diane is only 25. I thought she was older/elder.
3. Jane's younger sister is still at school. Her older/elder sister is a nurse.
4. Martin is older/elder than his brother.
1. older or elder
3. older or elder