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Unit 6 Year 5 Lesson 4 – Review
The tiger is bigger than the elephant.
The elephant is bigger than the tiger. The tiger is smaller than the elephant.
The snake is longer than the iguana.
The whale is smaller than the shark.
The whale is bigger than the shark. The shark is smaller than the whale.
The lion is faster than the cheetah.
The cheetah is faster than the lion. The lion is slower than the cheetah.
Greece is larger than Cyprus.
The giraffe is shorter than the camel.
The giraffe is taller than the camel. The camel is shorter than the giraffe.
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