Comparing in a qualified way - 1a

It is important to be subtle in the way you compare people or objects. Nothing is simply "more difficult", it is "slightly more difficult" or "much more difficult" or "twice as difficult". Practice this important skill in the following matching exercise.

Drag the items on the right towards the corresponding item on the left.

Pepsi adverts show consumers choosing the slightly ...
I would go even ...
Could you please come a little ...
His problem is not quite ...
Computer software is now a great deal ...
I meet other people who do much ...
Coke's biggest rival, Pepsi, has a far ...
Doing it yourself would be far ...
I was hoping you'd be a bit ...
He has now caused even ...
Indonisia is much ...
It would have been harder ...
Iponema is a considerably ...
Nuclear energy has received considerably ...
Direct mail seems to be twice ...