Comparative and superlative forms

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Complete the sentences with either a comparative or a superlative. Use the word in parentheses.
1. She's than her husband. (young)
2. This is the case in the shop. (strong)
3. This new TV programme is much than the old one. (funny)
4. You're the person here. (friendly)
5. The traffic is than it was last year. (noisy)
6. My office is than Helen's. (near)
7. She's the student in the group. (intelligent)
8. Ms Davies is a teacher than Mr Andrews. (good)
9. These people are the in the country. (poor)
10. It's the programme on television. (boring)
11. This is the hotel in town. (cheap)
12. The train is than the bus. (expensive)