Test 21-Comparatif d'égalité -d'infériorité anglais-Corrigé

[Lire : Comparatif d'infériorité et d'égalité anglais]
Correction

I-Mettre l’adjectif entre parenthèses au comparatif d’égalité.

Exemple :

A chair is not …………………………     an armchair. (comfortable)
A chair is not as comfortable as an armchair.(comfortable)

1-Today, the weather is ……………………… yesterday. (sunny)

1-Today, the weather is as sunny as yesterday. (sunny)

2-English cheeses are not …………………… French cheeses. (tasty)

2-English cheeses are not as tasty as French cheeses. (tasty)

3-Greg is ………………………Fred. (crazy)

3-Greg is as crazy as Fred. (crazy)

4-My father is ……………………… my mother. (elegant)

4-My father is as elegant as my mother. (elegant)

5-Jeans are ……………………… dresses. (fashionable)

5-Jeans are as fashionable as dresses. (fashionable)

II-Mettre l’adjectif entre parenthèses au comparatif d’infériorité.

Exemple :

A chair is …………………………     an armchair. (comfortable)
A chair is less comfortable than an armchair.(comfortable)

1-Today, the weather is ……………………… yesterday. (sunny)

1-Today, the weather is less sunny than yesterday. (sunny)

2-English cheeses are …………………… French cheeses. (tasty)

2-English cheeses are less tasty than French cheeses. (tasty)

3-Greg is ………………………Fred. (crazy)

3-Greg is less crazy than Fred. (crazy)

4-My father is ……………………… my mother. (elegant)

4-My father is less elegant than my mother. (elegant)

5-Jeans are ……………………… dresses. (fashionable)

5-Jeans are less fashionable than dresses. (fashionable)

III-Construire des phrases en utilisant les éléments donnés.

Exemple :

Jane / pretty / Rose

Jane is prettier than Rose.          Comparatif de supériorité
→ Jane is not as pretty as Rose.     Comparatif d’égalité
→ Jane is less pretty than Rose.     Comparatif d’infériorité

1-Helen / talkative / my sister.

Helen is more talkative than my sister.

→ Helen is not as talkative as my sister.

→ Helen is less talkative than my sister.

2-Tom / busy / Harry

Tom is busier than Harry.

→ Tom is not as busy as Harry.

→ Tom is less busy than Harry.

3-John / clever / Jules

John is cleverer than Jules. (ou more clever than)

John is not as clever as Jules.

→ John is less clever than Jules.

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