Complete the following with one of the forms good/better/best, bad/worse/worst, much/more/most:
It was the … accident in the history of the company. 2. The most expensive is not necessarily the ….
She was very ill yesterday, but she’s … today. 4. You surely don’t expect me to sell it far … than I paid for it! 5. Last year’s results were bad, but unfortunately this year’s are …. 6. Managers earn … than secretaries. 7. They all ate a lot but he ate (the) …. 8. Nobody gave very much, she gave (the) …. 9. He is not satisfied with -anything but the …. 10. He is a good player, but his brother is ….