Solutions for: App 336 / Comparison of Adjectives (2)

Do you know how to compare using adjectives in English? Have a go!
When you want to use an adjective for comparison you need to add an "er" or just "r" if it already ends with an "e". So "tall" - "taller" OR "simple" - "simpler". To form a sentence use the word "than". For example: Tom is taller than Mike. For a few longer adjectives (with more than two syllables) you need to add "more" in front of the adjective instead of adding "er". For example: Lucy is more excited than her sister.
There are also a few irregulars where the normal rules don't work: good -> better | bad -> worse | much -> more | many -> more | little -> less

Also look out for adjectives that end with a "y"! Here you need to replace the "y" with an "i". For example the adjective "tidy": He is tidier than his little sister.
Don't forget: Double the consonant after a short vowel: big - bigger OR sad - sadder
Lena is ______ than Paula.

Solution:
kinder
Louise's paintbrushes are ______ than mine, use hers!

Solution:
finer
It is much ______ in Germany than in Spain.

Solution:
colder
Kylie's house is ______ than mine.

Solution:
newer
The weather is much ______ today!

Solution:
worse
Sophie feels a lot ______ today!

Solution:
better
The park is so much ______ now than in winter.

Solution:
greener
Mel is ______ than me.

Solution:
younger
This park is ______ than the one near my house.

Solution:
more beautiful
My little brother is ______ than any comedian.

Solution:
sillier
I am so much ______ at my new school!

Solution:
happier
London is ______ than Berlin.

Solution:
bigger
It is ______ in the library.

Solution:
quieter
I prefer this apple, it is ______ than the other.

Solution:
redder