Comparatives and superlatives

Reply to the statements as in the example: It's warm these days. / It's getting warmer and warmer. This movie is boring. /It's getting more and more boring. Remember to start your sentence with a capital letter when needed. You don't need to add a full stop (.) at the end of the sentence.
Language: English
Subject: English language > Adjectives
School grade: Italy Italy > Altri > Adulti
Tags: #comparatives
Comparatives and superlatives
Emma's so lazy.
If your boss is optimistic, you'll be more productive.
Reply to the statements as in the example:
It's warm these days. / It's getting warmer and warmer.
This movie is boring. /It's getting more and more boring.
Remember to start your sentence with a capital letter when needed.
You don't need to add a full stop (.) at the end of the sentence.
She's getting lazyer and lazyer
She's getting lazier and lazier
She's getting more and more lazy
It's difficult to study dentistry at university.
Lionel's not very sensible.
It's getting more and more difficult
It's the most difficult
It's getting more difficult
If you look carefully, you'll spot lots of seats.
If you practise, your English will get better.
The more you practise, the more good your English will get
When you drive fast you consume petrol.
The more you practise, the better your English will get
The more you practise, the better will get your English
The singer's popularity is increasing.
When you book early, you save more.
He's getting more and more popular
The earliest you book, the most you save
He's getting the more and the more popular
The earlier you book, more you save
He's getting more popular
The earlier you book, the more you save
Do you like strong coffee? Yes, I do. ....