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Comparative Adjectives compare one thing with another.
Click on the right word in the drop down box to make the adjective comparative. See the sentence change when you get it right.

 
1. The news was worse than we thought.
2. Mrs Rose looked much happier than before.
3. Edith felt sadder as she listened to the story
4. Edith's idea was better than her aunt's idea.
5. Tea was cheaper than coffee.
6. After Edith put some in her tea, there was less sugar in the bowl than before
7. There were more things in the drawer than on the table.
8. Train tickets are more expensive than steamer tickets.
9. Aunt Emily was younger than Aunt Harriet.

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