Comparative adjectives and the structure "More" + adjective + "Than"

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Comparative adjectives are used to compare differences between two people, animals or objects. When one of them has more of a quality than the other, you can use either the structure MORE + adjective + THAN or the adjective + ER to express this comparison.

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Comparative adjectives and "More" + adjective + "Than" - Videos with examples

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"SUSAN IS FASTER THAN TOM AND SUSAN IS HAPPIER THAN TOM.

SUSAN AND TOM LIKE VIDEO GAMES,

BUT THEY KNOW THAT HOMEWORK IS MORE HELPFUL THAN GAMES."

How to use the structure "More" + adjective + "Than"

How to use the structure "More" + adjective + "Than"

How to form comparative adjectives

How to form comparative adjectives

Other forms of comparative adjectives

Other forms of comparative adjectives