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Helpful English - Comparison III

Here are two of the most important exceptions to the comparison rules we have learned so far.
good - adjective
better - comparative
"This cell phone is better than that one. "
"I am better at tennis than my brother."

bad - adjective
worse - comparative
"His German is worse than mine."

"Peter's singing is worse than Ben's."

"I am much better at tennis than my brother!"

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