Make comparisons using more – the most; better – the best; as… as; not so ... as; -er, -est where necessary.
1.Helen has got a Mini, Samuel has got a Bentley.
2.There are 5 bedrooms in Peter’s cottage. There are only two in Mike’s.
3.My armchair is soft, cosy and big. Your armchair is small, uncomfortable and unattractive.
4.John is a PR manager. Garry is a cleaner.
5.We travelled around England, Wales and Scotland. They visited only Wales.
6.I stayed at three hotels. The Quality hotel was small but cosy. The Ramada hotel was big but noisy. The Holiday Inn was big, comfortable and modern. It was wonderful!
7.Jerry earns $ 20000 a year, Tom earns $ 24000 a year, and Nancy earns $60000 a year.