Student or Learner
I need your help please!
-Which is correct: The biggest wheel of the tractor is flat/ The bigger wheel of the tractor is flat.?
-This sentence describes best/ best decribes the situation.
-Present Perfect: Which sentences are correct?
-> Since you arrived/ have arrived the situation is far better/has been far better.
-> Since last night's fight, things are /have been more difficult.
Is this sentence ok?:
-> I lived in England during/for 2 years. (not in England anymore). Talking about one's experience, can we say I have lived in England for 2 years even though this period is finished?
Thanks a lot
Regarding the wheels of the tractor... The thing is that sometimes I see the use of the comparative form whereas I would use the superlative. I guess my example wasn't good!
Let's take another one: if I have to compare a tiger to a lion. Can I say "the faster is the lion"? (I would naturally say "the fastest is the lion").
What do you think?