COMPARATIVE & SUPERLATIVE ADJECTIVES Comparative Adjectives We use comparative adjectives to show change or make comparisons: This car is certainly better , but it's much more expensive . I'm feeling happier now. We need a bigger garden. We use than when we want to compare one thing with another : She is two years older than me. Narayanghad is much bigger than Pokhara. He is a better player than Ronaldo. France is a bigger country than Britain. When we want to describe how something or someone changes we can use two comparatives with “ and ” : The balloon got bigger and bigger . Everything is getting more and more expensive . Grandfather is looking older and older . We often use “ the ” with comparative adjectives to show that one thing depends on another : The faster you drive, the more dangerous it is. (= When you drive faster, it is more dangerous.) The higher they climbed, the colder it got. (= When they climbed higher, it g
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