Comparatives and Superlatives

Comparatives and Superlatives

Choose the correct form.

Spain is hotter / hoter/ hottest/ than Britain.
The Himalayas are more higher / more high/ highest/ than the Himalayas.
The Italian restaurant is more expensive / expensiver/ most expensive/ than the Indian restaurant.
This film is longer / longger/ more long/ than the one we watched last night.
It’s cloudier / cloudyer/ more cloudy/ today than yesterday.
This winter is colder / coldder/ more cold/ than last winter.
Holland is the flattest / the flatest/ flatter/ country in Europe.
Hippopotamus is the most dangerous / dangerousest/ more dangerous/ animal in the world.

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