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Be Better in English – Study Tip

26th February 2017

Do you want to be more fluent in English? Or perhaps you want to be better at English grammar. We can help! It’s Sunday #Studytip and today we are focusing on comparative forms. Take a look at the examples.  

By the way, did you know that more fluent and better are comparative forms?  

We use adjecitive in English when we want to describe a person, place, or thing. When we need to compare two nouns, we use comparative adjectives.  

The comparative form is –er / -ier or more..

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When we want to compare one thing to another, we use than:

She is two years older than me.

My dad is taller than me.



Of course, with any rule in English, there are exceptions.

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Want to learn more? For more Study Tips, you can read our Study Tips posts. 

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