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This is wrong because there is no "ein" word, so there shouldn't be an "ein" adjective endings

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The weather in Portugal is a lot better than the weather in England

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S. Barnes

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The words typical and particular are both adjectives. Typical means something that is of a type. The object it describes is one that belongs to the group, is part of the group, or is a typical example of what you would find in the group.

To be typical is to be of a type, meaning that a person or thing has the same characteristics of everyone or everything else in the group. The word particular, on the other hand, is used to single out a specified group or class. Specific means to insist that something be correct or suitable in every detail, or it is an individual item which possesses a specific quality.

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The word quickly is an adverb and the adjective is npt in the choices.

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How are we supposed to know if this is singular or plural, considering università does not change in the plural?

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Option C - "The tallest" is the right degree of adjective to complete the sentence.
The complete sentence will look like this: "The Empire State Building is one of the tallest buildings in USA.

The adjective "tallest" is a superlative adjective and a superlative adjective is use to compare two or more nouns. In this case, buildings (more than two) in USA are compared to the Empire State Building.

Comparative adjectives like "taller" are use to compare one noun to another. For example, The Empire State Building is taller than the White House.

Therefore, the most appropriate degree of adjective for the sentence is "Tallest".

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Effective can be used as an adjective and also as a noun. Ineffective, on the other hand, can only be used as an adjective. They have opposite meanings too. Effective as an adjective means that it works. For example, “The campaign is effective.” This means that the campaign is a success. When people say, “The campaign is ineffective.” This means that the campaign has failed.

Effective can also be used for this sentence, “Purchasing in bulk is more cost-effective as compared to purchasing in small quantities.” Knowing the differences between the two will allow you to create sentences using the right terms properly.

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T. Lopez

Let's see how far my knowledge stretches

If you don't have the basic understanding of some English words, you would think just because they look so much alike, they should have the same meaning. A very similar example is ''few and a few''. The two adjective words might look the same but they literally do not have the same meaning. The difference between them is in how the two words are used. Few means, not many in number or something very small with indefinite number. There is more to this word than its actual meaning, especially when you are using it in a sentence.

Few, is usually used with a singular verb. For example: if 40 children are in a class but only five came to school, that’s few students. A few, on the other hand, means many in number but not necessarily a large number. For example: from the earlier example let assume 30 students actually came to school, that is a few students.

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A and D are correct , but a has a wrong spelling so answer is D

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