## 13.7 I will ask, “Do you see the big crowd?” You will answer, “Yes, but the one we saw yesterday was bigger.” I will ask again, “Do you see the big crowd?” You will answer, “Yes, but the one we will see tomorrow will be the biggest.”

13.7a Do you see the big crowd?

(Yes, but the one we saw yesterday was bigger.) Yes, but the one we saw yesterday was bigger. (Yes, but the one we saw yesterday was bigger.)

Do you see the big crowd?

(Yes, but the one we will see tomorrow will be the biggest.) Yes, but the one we will see tomorrow will be the biggest. (Yes, but the one we will see tomorrow will be the biggest.)

13.7b Did he do the hard lesson?

(Yes, but the one he did yesterday was harder.) Yes, but the one he did yesterday was harder. (Yes, but the one he did yesterday was harder.)

Did he do the hard lesson?

(Yes, but the one he will do tomorrow will be the hardest.) Yes, but the one he will do tomorrow will be the hardest. (Yes, but the one he will do tomorrow will be the hardest.)

13.7c Did they put the tall people together?

(Yes, but the ones they put together yesterday were taller.) Yes, but the ones they put together yesterday were taller. (Yes, but the ones they put together yesterday were taller.)

Did they put the tall people together?

(Yes, but the ones they will put together tomorrow will be the tallest.) Yes, but the ones they will put together tomorrow will be the tallest. (Yes, but the ones they will put together tomorrow will be the tallest.)

13.7d Did we ask the old people first?

(Yes, but the ones we asked yesterday were older.) Yes, but the ones we asked yesterday were older. (Yes, but the ones we asked yesterday were older.)

Did we ask the old people first?

(Yes, but the ones we will ask tomorrow will be the oldest.) Yes, but the ones we will ask tomorrow will be the oldest. (Yes, but the ones we will ask tomorrow will be the oldest.)

13.7e Did you talk to the noisy children?

(Yes, but the ones we talked to yesterday were noisier.) Yes, but the ones we talked to yesterday were noisier. (Yes, but the ones we talked to yesterday were noisier.)

Did you talk to the noisy children?

(Yes, but the ones we will talk to tomorrow will be the noisiest.) Yes, but the ones we will talk to tomorrow will be the noisiest. (Yes, but the ones we will talk to tomorrow will be the noisiest.)

13.7f Did you teach the short lesson?

(Yes, but the one I taught yesterday was shorter.) Yes, but the one I taught yesterday was shorter. (Yes, but the one I taught yesterday was shorter.)

Did you teach the short lesson?

(Yes, but the one I will teach tomorrow will be the shortest.) Yes, but the one I will teach tomorrow will be the shortest. (Yes, but the one I will teach tomorrow will be the shortest.)

13.7g Did she hear the good message?

(Yes, but the one she heard yesterday was better.) Yes, but the one she heard yesterday was better. (Yes, but the one she heard yesterday was better.)

Did she hear the good message?

(Yes, but the one she will hear tomorrow will be the best.) Yes, but the one she will hear tomorrow will be the best. (Yes, but the one she will hear tomorrow will be the best.)

13.7h Did she eat the bad meal?

(Yes, but the one she ate yesterday was worse.) Yes, but the one she ate yesterday was worse. (Yes, but the one she ate yesterday was worse.)

Did she eat the bad meal?

(Yes, but the one she will eat tomorrow will be the worst.) Yes, but the one she will eat tomorrow will be the worst. (Yes, but the one she will eat tomorrow will be the worst.)