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Unit 02. Life in the Countryside. Lesson 3. A Closer Look 2

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Unit 2: Life in the countryside
Lesson 3: A closer look 2
Comparative forms of adjectives: review.
1. Complete the passage below with a suitable comparative form of the adjectives provided.
Sometimes I hear adults around me say that it is (0. good) better for children to grow up in the city than in the countryside. They say that the city offers a child more opportunities for (1. high) __________ education, and (2. easy) __________ access to (3. good) __________ facilities. Life there is (4. exciting) _______________ and (5. convenient) _______________.
They may be right, but there’s one thing they might not know. I feel (6. happy) __________ here than in a crowded and noisy city. Country folk are (7. friendly) _______________ than city folk. I know every boy in my village. Life here is not as (8. fast) __________ as that in the city and I feel (9. safe) __________. Perhaps the (10. good) __________ place to grow up is the place where you feel at home.
more exciting
more convenient
more friendly
2. Complete the sentences with suitable comparative forms of adverbs in the box.
1. Can you speak _______________? My English is not good.
2. After a hard working day, we usually sleep _______________.
3. Nowadays, people dress _______________, so it’s difficult to say which country they are from.
4. It’s not always true that rich people donate _______________ than poor people.
5. If you want to stay slim, you have to eat _______________.
more generously
more soundly
more healthily
less traditionally
more slowly
3. Finish the sentences below with a suitable comparative form of hard, early, late, fast, well and badly.
1. Your exam score is low. I am sure you can do __________.
2. We’ll be late for the fair. Can you drive __________?
3. On Sunday, we can get up __________ than usual.
4. The farmers have to work __________ at harvest time.
5. You look tired. Are you feeling __________ than you did this morning?
6. My mother has to get up __________ than us to milk the cows.
4. Underline the correct comparative forms to complete the sentences.
1. People in rural areas of Britain talk optimistically/ more optimistically about the future than city people.
2. In India, rural areas are more popularly/ popular known as the ‘countryside’.
3. A village is less densely populated/ more densely populated than a city.
4. City people seem to react quickly/ more quickly to changes than country people.
5. Medical help can be less easily/ more easily obtained in a city than in the countryside.
6. A buffalo ploughs better/ more well than a horse.
5. Write the answers to the questions below.
1. Which place is more peaceful, the city or the countryside?

2. Which works faster at calculus, a computer or a human being?

3. Which one is harder, life in a remote area or life in a modern town?

4. Which city is more expensive, Ho Chi Minh City or Hue?

5. Who can smell better, animals or human beings?

The countryside
A computer
Life in a remote area
Ho Chi Minh
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