Comparative: "As" + adjective + "As"

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Notes

When you use an adjective of quality to compare two or more people, animals or things, it becomes a comparative adjective.

If you want to say that two or more people, animals or things are the same in some way you have to use the comparative adjective with the following structure: AS/NOT + ADJECTIVE + AS.

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"As" + adjective + "As" - Videos with examples

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How to use the comparative form "As" + adjective + "As"

How to use the comparative form "As" + adjective + "As"

Idioms with "As" + adjective + "As"

Idioms with "As" + adjective + "As"