Other ways to compare (Progressive and Parallel Enhancement (He was able…
Other ways to compare
Progressive and Parallel Enhancement
He was able to speak English more and more easily.
He got richer and richer.
He studied harder and harder.
They visited her less and less frequently.
The plane flew lower and lower.
She is becoming more and more beautiful
His situation became more and more difficult.
not as ... as
This is not as easy as you think
(not) as much ... as
They do not drink as much beer as him.
Not so ... as
Jane is not so beautiful as Mary.
(not) as many ... as
I have not read as many books as you think.
As ... as
Bill is as tall as Peter.
the same ... as
Mary has the same age as Jane.
more adjetivo/adverbio than
Paris is older than New York.
Chinese is much more difficult than English.
less adjetivo/adverbio than
I am a bit taller than she is.
They laugh less fequently than we do.
adjetivo+er than / advebio+er than
Today is hotter than yesterday.
My car is faster than yours.
half / twice / as much
many noun as pronoun
This car costs twice as much as the other one
four times ...
I have half as much money as my brother.
Today there are three times as many birds as yesterday.
Name: Anthony José Encalada Asanza