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A. When Peter was a child, he had two drawing books. One of them was (large) than the other. His elder brother bought the (large) one for him. Peter liked it (well) because the drawings in it were (large) and simple. He drew something every day. Each new day his drawing was (good) than the one he had made the day be­ fore. The last page was much (good) than the first one. B. After graduating from the institute Mike went to Siberia to a small industrial town. It was (difficult) for him to begin his work as an engineer than he thought that it would be. He moved to (impor­ tant) city than the first one. He was not (successful) there than be­ fore, however, and sometimes he was even (unhappy). However, he was (happy) about one thing, he was becoming a (useful) specialist. C. New York is the (large) city in the US. Perhaps, with all its suburbs (пригород), it is the (large) city in the world. It is one of the (important) industrial cities in the country. Some of the (old) and historic buildings are there. Some of the buildings in New York City are the (high) buildings in the whole world. New York City is not only the (large) city in the US; it is also the (important) industrial center. Perhaps, the (expensive) office buildings in the world are there. It has the (great) number of factories, the (large) banks and post offices. It sends out many letters and receives the (heavy) mail bags. It is truly the (important) business city.

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A. When Peter was a child, he had two drawing books. One of them was (largeR) than the other. His elder brother bought the (largeST) one for him. Peter liked it (BETTER) because the drawings in it were (large) and simple. He drew something every day. Each new day his drawing was (BETTER) than the one he had made the day be­ fore. The last page was much (BETTER) than the first one. B. After graduating from the institute Mike went to Siberia to a small industrial town. It was (MORE DIFFICULT) for him to begin his work as an engineer than he thought that it would be. He moved to ( MORE important) city than the first one. He was not (MORE successful) there than be­ fore, however, and sometimes he was even (unhappIER). However, he was (happy) about one thing, he was becoming a (useful) specialist. C. New York is the (largeST) city in the US. Perhaps, with all its suburbs (пригород), it is the (largeST) city in the world. It is one of the (MOST important) industrial cities in the country. Some of the (oldEST) and historic buildings are there. Some of the buildings in New York City are the (high) buildings in the whole world. New York City is not only the (largeST) city in the US; it is also the (MOST important) industrial center. Perhaps, the (MOST expensive) office buildings in the world are there. It has the (greatEST) number of factories, the (largeST) banks and post offices. It sends out many letters and receives the (heavIEST) mail bags. It is truly the (MOST important) business city.