Exercice - Comparatif
This book is (+ interesting) than yours.
This book is more interesting than yours.
The weather today is (+ bad) than yesterday.
The weather today is worse than yesterday.
John is (+ tall) than his sisters.
John is taller than his sisters.
This house is (+ expensive) than his flat.
This house is more expensive than his flat.
This rose smells (= sweet) yours.
This rose smells as sweet as yours.
The suitcase is (+heavy) than the bag.
The suitcase is heavier than the bag.
That car is (- expensive) than a Rolls-Roy.
That car is less expensive than a Rolls-Roy.
He is (+ happy) than my dog.
He is happier than my dog.
He is (= tall) his mother.
He is as tall as his mother.
The weather is (- cold) than today.
The weather is less cold than today.
Tom's exercise is (- difficult) than Ben's.
Tom's exercise is less difficult than Ben's.
This hotel is (+ comfortable) than the other one.
This hotel is more comfortable than the other one.
English grammar is (+ easy) than french grammar.
English grammar is easier than french grammar.
Roméo is (= clever) Juliet.
Roméo is as clever as Juliet.
The TGV is (+ good) than my english.
The TGV is better than my english.
The USA is (+ big) than Europe.
The USA is bigger than Europe.