Fill in the blanks with correct options given in the bracket a I eat aan banana everyday b My house is than yours smallestsmallersmall NCERT CLASS 6TH CBSE ENGLISH 2016

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Fill in the blanks with correct options given in the bracket : a) I eat _____ (a/an ) banana everyday. b) My house is _____ than yours .( smallest/smaller/small). - NCERT CLASS 6TH CBSE ENGLISH 2016

Fill in the blanks with correct options given in the bracket : 
a) I eat _____ (a/an ) banana everyday.
b) My house is _____ than yours .( smallest/smaller/small)


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Fill in the blanks with correct options given in the bracket : 
a) I eat a banana everyday. 
b) My house is smaller than yours .( smallest/smaller/small)

banana is a consonant so we use "a"
when we are comparing two things by using"than" as in second question we use comparative adjective of the three types which are positive, comparative and superlative

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A) a

B) smaller
                                                                                                                                   
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