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Spanish language Spanish Comparatives and Superlatives - Test

Test: Fill in the blanks with the appropriate form of the Spanish comparative or superlative. Feel free to look back at the lesson for assistance.

1. My mother has more books than my father. Mi madre tiene mi padre.

2. Reading is better than watching television. Leer es mirar la televisión.

3. I live in the most interesting city in the world. Vivo en mundo.

4. You are as nice as your brother. Tú eres tu hermano.

5. Luís bought fewer clothes than I did. Luís compró yo.

6. I saw the best house in Granada. Ví Granada.

7. Marco wants as many shoes as we do. Marco quiere nosotros.

8. His job is worse than yours. Su trabajo es lo tuyo.

9. I want the least expensive bed. Quiero .

10. I have the worst car that exists. Tengo existe.

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1. Mi madre tiene más libros que mi padre.
2. Leer es mejor que mirar la televisión.
3. Vivo en el ciudad más interesante del mundo.
4. Tú eres tan amable como tu hermano.
5. Luís compró menos ropa que yo.
6. Ví la mejor casa de Granada.
7. Marco quiere tantos zapatos como nosotros.
8. Su trabajo es peor que lo tuyo.
9. Quiero la cama menos costosa.
10. Tengo el peor coche que existe.


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