# English

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1. Who weighs more, Mr. Pitt or Emily?.
-Mr. Pitt weighs more than Emily.

2. Who is heavier, Emily or Bob?
- Bob is heavier than Emily.

3. Who is the tallest of the three?
- Mr. Pitt is the tallest.

3. Who is the taller of the two?
- Emily is the taller fo the two.
- Emily is taller than Bob.

4. Who is the taller between Emily and Bob?
- Emily is the taller.
- Emily is the taller between Emily and Bob.
- Emily is taller than Bob.

(Are the questions and answers grammatical? Would you check them, and correct them?)

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All of those are correct...good work.

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