Comparing nouns (people, things, animals, etc.) to other nouns is one approach to describe them.What is comparative Adjective ?
You're likely to utilise adjectives like smaller, bigger, taller, more intriguing, and less expensive when contrasting two objects. Take note of the phrases more and less, as well as the er ending.
Both native and non-native speakers commit the error of utilising comparative adjectives that are poorly constructed. See the sentences that follow for an example of this typical mistake:
The size of his cat dwarfs that of my dog.
My dog is smaller than his cat.
Mom gave my sister more presents then she gave me.
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the correct form is
Mom gave my sister more presents than she gave me.
The future perfect A. will happen
B. already happened
C. should happen
D. is happening
Please help I see where some are saying A. will happen is wrong has anyone had this question?
Charlotte was not hungry that morning, so she just had smidgen of cake at the office birthday party
What do you need to include within the text of your research paper in order to make it easy for your audience to find the sources of your information? A.Paraphrasing B.Citations C.Diction D.Plagiarism
The correct answer is B - citations.
Which words suffix has been added incorectly? A. cropped