Comparative form: "Less" + adjective + "Than"

Learn the comparative form "Less" + adjective + "Than" and discover how to express that one person or thing has less of a quality than another. Prepare yourself with videos, rules and examples and then practice with printable worksheets and exercises to improve even more! 

Notes

When you want to compare the quality of two people, animals or objects you can use the comparative. When one of them has less of a quality than the other, you have to use the structure LESS + adjective + THAN or the adjective + ER.

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Comparative form - Videos with examples

Watch the videos, one with a slow voice speed and the other one with a faster voice. Discover some examples of sentences with the comparative form and learn how to express that one thing has a lower quality than another.

"TOM IS SLOWER THAN SUSAN. TOM IS SADDER THAN SUSAN.

SUSAN AND TOM LIKE VIDEO GAMES,

BUT THEY KNOW THAT GAMES ARE LESS HELPFUL THAN HOMEWORK."

How to use the comparative structure "Less" + adjective + "Than"

How to use the comparative structure "Less" + adjective + "Than"

How to make comparisons using comparative adjectives

How to make comparisons using comparative adjectives