Adjectives and Adverbs Advanced Level Test – Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 1

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  1. Question 1

    He is _____ better at golf_____ at swimming because he even doesn’t know how to hit the ball.

    The question has a serious grammatical error.

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    • What do you think that serious grammatical error is?

      no better: not better than something else or something before
      – Robots are no better at performing surgery than humans, research suggests.

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    • Both A LITTLE and LITTLE can be used but they have different meanings. Check the info below, please.

      (A) little and (a) few are quantifiers meaning ‘some’. Little and few have negative meanings. We use them to mean ‘not as much as may be expected or wished for’.

      • She saves a little money every month. (some, a small amount)
      • They had little money to spend. (not much/almost nothing)
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