This is the most exciting roller coaster in the amusement park. (Change into Comparative degree of comparison)
A. This roller coaster is exciting than others in the amusement park.
B. This roller coaster is as exciting as others in the amusement park.
C. This roller coaster is more exciting than the others in the amusement park.
D. This roller coaster is the most exciting one in the amusement park.
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What is the compound predicate in the sentence below?
Please walk down the hall and open the red door.
A. Please walk
B. walk down
C. walk, open
D. open, door
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We ___________________________________ (join) you at the restaurant, but we couldn’t get a babysitter. (past willingness
A. would have joined
B. could have joined
C. couldn´t have joined
D. wouldn´t have joined
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