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  1. kbajrami1
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    Question Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    The Johnson's flat is (nice) _________ than the Holden's flat.
    Is that soo:
    The Johnson's flat is nicer than the Holden's flat.

    2.Your room is much (dirty) ______ than my room

    Can you help mee?


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    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    Quote Originally Posted by kbajrami1 View Post
    The Johnson's flat is (nice) _________ than the Holden's flat.
    Is that soo:
    The Johnson's flat is nicer than the Holden's flat.

    2.Your room is much (dirty) ______ than my room

    Can you help mee?
    2. dirtier


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    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    thanks ,i have an another question
    The weather is usually (pleasant) ___ in spring than in autumn.

    In this shop you can find ______ (fashionable) clothes


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    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    Quote Originally Posted by kbajrami1 View Post
    thanks ,i have an another question
    The weather is usually (pleasant) ___ in spring than in autumn.

    In this shop you can find ______ (fashionable) clothes
    more pleasant; more fashionable


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    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    Quote Originally Posted by dragn View Post
    More fashionable than what? What's wrong with just fashionable?

    Greg
    fashionable is correct and so is more fashionable
    more fashionable than what people usually have got used to (Brioni clothes for example)


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    #6

    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    or more fashionable than that which has been stated earlier...


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    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    I'm sorry I deleted my post...after a couple of minutes I decided it wasn't worth it. I realize both are correct. That wasn't my point. I just assumed that part of the original exercise was to discern whether or not the comparative was actually called for...which it wasn't in this case. Never mind. Maybe I misjudged the original point of the exercise.

    Greg


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    #8

    Re: Put the adjectives into the correct form.

    Everything is (slow) Slower (quiet) quieter and (peaceful) more peaceful in the country

    Is that sooo

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