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    Dear teachers,

    I got confused to put the correct form of adjective for the following two sentences
    1- The dog is ------------(sincere) than the cat.
    2- Today's concert was -----------(interesting) than Yesterday's.
    Could you please tell me the correct adjective to use in the blanks.
    I am looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thank you in advance.


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    Re: adjectives

    Most people in the forum would ask you to write what you think is the correct answer, and then others will say if they agree.
    (I'm don't think we would regard any animal as showing 'sincerity', but rather, that an animal is 'faithful')

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