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Example:

Jim's 16, Ben's 18 and Jack's 16.

Jim is* as old * as Jack, but he isn't * as old * as Ben.

Jim's 16, Ben's 18 and Jack's 16.

Jim is

1. | Gary’s room is 3 m by 3 m, Becky’s room is 3 m by 4 m and Ivy’s room is 3 m by 3 m. Gary's room is as big as Ivy's, but it isn't as big as Becky's. | |

2. | Uncle Bob weighs 80 kilos, Uncle Sam weighs 90 kilos and Uncle Dan weighs 80 kilos. Uncle Bob is as heavy as Uncle Dan, but he isn't as heavy as Uncle Sam. | |

3. | Mary is 160 cm tall, Pat is 170 cm tall and Pam is 160 cm tall. Mary is as tall as Pam, but she isn't as tall as Pat. | |

4. | A Peugeot goes at 160 kph, a Ferrari goes at 200 kph and a VW goes at 160 kph. A Peugeot is as fast as a VW, but it isn't as fast as a Ferrari. | |

5. | The temperature in Rome is 28°C, in Madrid it’s 32°C and in Athens it’s 28°C. Rome is as hot as Athens, but it isn't as hot as Madrid. / In Rome, it's as hot as in Athens, but it's not as hot as in Madrid. |

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DAISY 168 cm 15 yrs 51 kg | SUE 158 cm 13 yrs 45 kg | ALICE 152 cm 12 yrs 40 kg | BETTY 167 cm 15 yrs 52 kg | KATE 165 cm 14 yrs 49 kg |

1 | KATE |

2 | SUE |

3 | DAISY |

4 | BETTY |

5 | ALICE |