Gap-fill exercise

Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!

Fill the appropriate form of the comparative OR superlative.

  1. Your English is much than mine. (good)
  2. The whisky comes from Scotland. (good)
  3. We've had much rain this year than last year. (much)
  4. The place that gets the rain in the world is a mountain in Hawaii. (much)
  5. In the "Cheap Round the World Race" the winner is the person who spends the money getting round the world. (little OR few)
  6. I don't know much, but she knows even than I do. (little OR few)
  7. Which month has the days? (little OR few)
  8. There are Jews in Israel than in New York. (little OR few)
  9. "Are you any good at tennis?" - "I am the tennis player in the world." (bad)
  10. "How is your headache?" - "It's getting ." (bad)
  11. "I'll get you an aspirin. That will make you feel ." (good)
  12. People say that Rolls Royce cars are the in the world. (good)