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Unformatted text preview: him. c Sometimes, it is not necessary to use than: John’s English is good but Maria’s is better (than John’s). He’s looking for a job with more money (than he gets now). d We can use much, nearly, a little and quite to show: a big difference Iraq is much hotter than Italy. I t a l y i s n ’ t nearly as hot as Iraq. a small difference Drive a little more slowly than that. D o n ’ t d r i v e quite as quickly as that. 2 When they are the same Use as … as He ran as fast as he could. (He could not run any faster.) I’m as tall as you are. (We are the same height.) Is Athens as noisy as Cairo? (Are they equally noisy?) To show exactly the same: I’m just as tall as you are....
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- Spring '10
- We Are the World, small difference Iraq