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Faulty / Incomplete Comparisons - Exercise 2

Directions: Revise each sentence to correct the faulty comparisons. When you are finished, click the "Check My Work" button at the bottom of the page to check your answers.

1.  The tie you're wearing looks like my father.

2.  Harold was smarter than anyone in his class.

3.  This soup tastes like Campbells.

4.  The windows in the attic work like the basement.

5.  My brother has boasted that he can run faster than anyone we know.

6.  Baked potato chips have 50% less fat.

7.  Millie was more polite to the policeman than her mother.

8.  Candidate A's speech was a half hour longer than Candidate B.

9.  Millard talked so fast.

10.  I enjoy hockey more than my friends.



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