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Regular Comparatives
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In the vast universe of French grammar, regular comparatives hold a prominent place. They are used to compare elements, actions, or qualities, highlighting their superiority, inferiority, or equality. This article aims to guide you through practical exercises and detailed explanations on the use of regular comparatives in French.

  1. Mon frère est (intelligent) que moi.

  2. Ce livre est (intéressant) que celui que j'ai lu hier.

  3. Elle court (vite) que lui.

  4. La mer Méditerranée est (grande) l'océan Atlantique.

  5. Cette tarte est (bon) celle de ma grand-mère.

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