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Jack is 1m 85cm tall. Jane is 1m 60cm. Jane is _________ Jack.CorrectIncorrect
Jon is 80kg. Jane is 70kg. John is _________ Jane.CorrectIncorrect
She’s always smiling and laughing – she’s much _________ me.CorrectIncorrect
John was stuck in traffic so he arrived ________ Dave.CorrectIncorrect
Jane runs her own business and travels around the world. Joe doesn’t have a job. Jane is _________ than Joe.CorrectIncorrect
This is a very old building. I want to live somewhere _________.CorrectIncorrect
Which of these is INCORRECT?CorrectIncorrect