# Comparisons And Subjunctive Practice Quiz (Without Past Subjunctive)

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• 1.

### Make a comparison: Luc/+beau/Georges

Luc est plus beau que Georges Luc est plus beau que Georges.
Explanation
The given question is asking for a comparison between Luc and Georges in terms of their beauty. The correct answer is "Luc est plus beau que Georges," which means "Luc is more beautiful than Georges" in English. This answer confirms that Luc is considered to be more beautiful than Georges.

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• 2.

### Make a comparison: Sophie/-amusante/Philippe

Sophie est moins amusante que Philippe
Sophie est moins amusante que Philippe.
Explanation
The given answer is a repetition of the original statement, stating that Sophie is less amusing than Philippe. This comparison implies that Philippe is more amusing than Sophie.

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• 3.

### Make a comparison: Claire/=intelligente/Paul

Claire est aussi intelligente que Paul
Claire est aussi intelligente que Paul.
Explanation
The given answer is a repetition of the statement "Claire est aussi intelligente que Paul" twice. It seems to be a mistake or duplication of the sentence. It is unclear why the same statement is repeated twice as it does not provide any additional information or comparison.

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• 4.

### Marc/+bon élève/Luc

Marc est un meilleur élève que Luc
Marc est un meilleur élève que Luc.
Marc est un meilleur eleve que Luc
Explanation
The given correct answer states that "Marc est un meilleur élève que Luc" which translates to "Marc is a better student than Luc" in English. The answer is repeated three times with slight variations in the accent marks and capitalization. This repetition reinforces the correct answer and emphasizes that Marc is indeed a better student than Luc.

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• 5.

### Anne/jouer+bien au foot/Sophie

Anne joue mieux au foot que Sophie
Anne joue mieux au foot que Sophie.
Explanation
The given answer states that Anne plays better football than Sophie. The repetition of the statement emphasizes the comparison between the two individuals and reinforces the idea that Anne is superior in football skills compared to Sophie.

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• 6.

### Anne/avoir +livres/Antoine

Anne a plus de livres qu'Antoine
Explanation
The given sentence states that "Anne has more books than Antoine." This is indicated by the phrase "Anne a plus de livres," which translates to "Anne has more books." The comparison is made between Anne and Antoine, with Anne being the one who possesses a greater quantity of books.

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• 7.

### Sophie/avoir -voitures/Claire

Sophie a moins de voitures que Claire
Explanation
The given statement in French translates to "Sophie has fewer cars than Claire." This means that Sophie possesses a smaller number of cars compared to Claire.

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• 8.

### Martin/avoir =chaussures/Louise

Martin a autant de chaussures que Louise
Explanation
The given statement "Martin/avoir =chaussures/Louise" translates to "Martin has shoes as many as Louise." This means that Martin and Louise have an equal number of shoes. Therefore, the correct answer "Martin a autant de chaussures que Louise" translates to "Martin has as many shoes as Louise."

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• 9.

### Make a comparison of the person or thing to everyone or everything in the town (superlative):  Sophie/être/+grande fille

Sophie est la plus grande fille de la ville
C'est la plus grande fille de la ville
Explanation
Sophie is being compared to everyone or everything in the town in terms of being the tallest or biggest girl. The phrase "la plus grande" indicates that Sophie is the tallest or biggest girl in the town. The use of the superlative form suggests that there is no other girl in the town who is taller or bigger than Sophie.

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• 10.

### Make a comparison of the person or thing to everyone or everything in the town (superlative):  Sara/être/-fille amusante

Sara est la fille la moins amusante de la ville
C'est la fille la moins amusante de la ville
Explanation
The correct answer is "Sara est la fille la moins amusante de la ville, C'est la fille la moins amusante de la ville". This means "Sara is the least funny girl in the town, She is the least funny girl in the town." The superlative form "la moins amusante" is used to compare Sara to everyone else in the town, implying that she is the least amusing person among them.

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• 11.

### Make a comparison of the person or thing to everyone or everything in the town (superlative):  la pizza de Round Table/être/+ bonne

La pizza de Round Table est la meilleure pizza de la ville
La pizza de Round Table est la meilleure de la ville
C'est la meilleure pizza de la ville
Explanation
The given correct answer is "La pizza de Round Table est la meilleure pizza de la ville,La pizza de Round Table est la meilleure de la ville,C'est la meilleure pizza de la ville". This answer states that the pizza from Round Table is the best pizza in the town. It compares the pizza to everyone or everything in the town using the superlative form "la meilleure" (the best).

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### Make a comparison of the person or thing to everyone or everything in the town (superlative):  Georges/jouer/+bien au tennis

Georges joue le mieux au tennis de la ville
C'est Georges qui joue le mieux au tennis de la ville
Explanation
The correct answer is "Georges joue le mieux au tennis de la ville, C'est Georges qui joue le mieux au tennis de la ville." This answer states that Georges plays tennis the best in the town. The phrase "joue le mieux" means "plays the best" and "au tennis de la ville" means "in the town." The second part of the answer, "C'est Georges qui joue le mieux au tennis de la ville," emphasizes that it is specifically Georges who plays the best tennis in the town.

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• 13.

### Make a comparison of the how much of something the person has to everyone in the town (superlative):  Martin/avoir/-vélos

Martin a le moins de vélos de la ville
Martin a le moins de velos de la ville
Explanation
The given answer states that Martin has the least number of bicycles in the town. This means that compared to everyone else in the town, Martin has the smallest quantity of bicycles.

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• 14.

### Make a comparison of the how much of something the person has to everyone in the town (superlative): Claire/avoir/+stylos

Claire a le plus de stylos de la ville
Explanation
when saying someone has the most of something or least of something, it's always le

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• 15.

### Passé du subjonctif: devenir/ils

soient devenus
Explanation
The given correct answer "soient devenus" is the correct conjugation of the verb "devenir" in the passé du subjonctif tense for the subject "ils". In French, the passé du subjonctif is used to express actions or events that happened in the past and are uncertain or hypothetical. In this case, "soient devenus" translates to "they have become" or "they may have become" in English.

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• 16.

### Je suis content que tu _____________ici.(être)

sois
Explanation
emotion

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• 17.

### Il est important que vous _______________.(venir)

veniez
Explanation
The correct answer is "veniez" because it is the correct conjugation of the verb "venir" in the subjunctive form. The sentence is expressing a subjective opinion or desire, indicating that it is important for the person being addressed to come.

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• 18.

### J'espère que mes amis_____________(savoir) que le film commence.

savent
Explanation
espérer is irregular and even though it's a wish, it's indicative

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• 19.

### Je suis certain que vous_____________(travailler) beaucoup.

travaillez
Explanation
no doubt

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• 20.

### Je doute que Sara ___________(boire) du thé.

boive
Explanation
doubt

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• 21.

### Crois-tu que Sophie ________(finir) ses devoirs?

finisse
Explanation
use subjunctive with croire and penser in negative and questions

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• 22.

### Je ne pense pas que nous ___________(avoir) du temps.

ayons
Explanation
doubt

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• 23.

### Il est clair que les élèves ___________(faire) attention.

font
Explanation
no doubt

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• 24.

### Je veux que tu ____________(lire) ce livre.

lises
Explanation
wish

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• 25.

### J'ai peur que vous ____________(vendre) cette maison.

vendiez
Explanation
emotion

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• 26.

### Je sais que tu_________(être) sympa.

es
Explanation
no doubt

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• 27.

### Je travaille pour que mes enfants ____________(pouvoir) manger.

• A.

Puissent

• B.

Peuvent

• C.

Pouvoir

• D.

Option 4

A. Puissent
Explanation
pour que+ different subject, so subjunctive

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• 28.

### J'étudie pour____________(devenir) avocat.

• A.

Devienne

• B.

Deviens

• C.

Devenir

• D.

Option 4

C. Devenir
Explanation
pour + same subject, no que, so infinitive

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