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1. This is a superlative sentence.

e.g. Mr. Pitt is the heaviest of the three.

2. This is a comparative sentence.

e.g. Emily is taller than Bob.

3. This sentence is in the past tense, so you should use the past form of 'go'.

e.g. He (went) to the movies yeaterday.

What is the past of 'go'? It's 'went.'
That's right. Write 'went' in the parentheses.

(Are the expressions above all correct? Would you check them,please?)

  • English -

    All correct, yes!! Very nice!

    (Just add a comma after "e.g." each time --

    e.g., Emily is taller than Bob.

  • English -

    And "yesterday" was spelled incorrectly.

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