Esercizio su farther e further, comparativo di maggioranza, superlativi, oldest e eldest
“Further” is referred to something material.
Insert the correct term: “If you go ... with these ideas, they will fire you!”
Insert the correct term: “I have swum ... than last time and when I came back to the beach I was really tired”.
If you want to underline a big difference which word you put before the comparative form?
Choose the correct position in the sentence of "by far".
Write down the superlative of good.
Write down the superlative of “easy”.
Write down the superlative of “difficult”.
Match each sentence with the correct word.Francesco is really funny, he is the … boy I’ve ever met.Marc, is twenty-one, he is the … of his brothers.His dog is the … I’ve ever seen, it’s huge!This present is perfect, you’re the … !I love her, she’s the … girl in the world.
We use "eldest" to talk about:
Insert the correct form of the adjective "old": “This is the ... copy of Pride and Prejudice".
What do we talk about when we use “farther”?
Translate this sentence: “Francesca è molto più efficiente quando beve caffè”.