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Right: Apples are more healthy to eat than caramels ARE. 赘述,是合理的3.like vs. as Likeis used to compare nouns, pronouns, or noun phrases. (Never put a clause ora prepositional phrase after like!)use asto make the comparison between the two clausesRight: ASher brother DID, Ava aced the test.4. Comparative and Superlative Forms 比较最高级两个比较用比较个以上用最高级Wrong: Adrian runs QUICKLY. He runs QUICKER than Jacob.Right: Adrian runs QUICKLY.He runs MORE QUICKLYthan Jacob.Right: Adrian runs FAST. He runs FASTER than Jacob.Do not use a comparative adjective unless you have a than in the sentence句子里没有than的时候,不用比较1.Likemany other states, Virginiais technically a commonwealth.Correct2.I scoredthree goals in yesterday's game, asdid Suzanne.correct3.Juggling is a favorite pastime for me, likefor you.As it is for you4.The rapid development of Indiain the twenty-first century is likeEnglandin the eighteenth century.England’sThat of England 5.Law students learn to think likea lawyer does.like a lawyer/ as a lawyer dose6.A leopard cannot run as fast asa cheetah.(As fast as a cheetah can)Correct 是否加 Can 都可以7.A leopard cannot catch a wildebeest as fast asa cheetah.(1) As fast as a cheetah can(2) A leopard cannot catch a wildebeest that runs as fast as a cheetah.(3) A leopard cannot catcha wildebeest as fast as it can a cheetah.(省略catch) 8.A leopard's skill in catching a wildebeest is as impressive as a cheetah.A cheetah’s / that of a cheetah9.In contrast to the trapeze artists, who fumbled their routine, the antics of the circus clowns kept the audience entertained for hours.In contrast to the trapeze artists, who fumbled their routine, the circus clownskept the audience entertained for hours with their antics.10.The clothes looked more appealinginside the store thanon the racks outside.
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The clothes looked more appealing inside the store than they didon the racks outside.correct11.The clothes inside the store looked moreappealing thanon the racks outside.(1) (did)Than those 堆衣服(一在里面,一面)(2) The clothes looked more appealing inside the store than on the racks outside. 有一堆衣,从里面看和从面看)12.Thomas is more interested in video games thanhis girlfriend.(1) Is (2 Thomas is more interested in video games than (he is) in his girlfriend.)13.Although the towers appear identical, the west tower is the tallest, standing 16 feettallerthanthe east tower.有两种东西对比,west tower east tower ,不用 tallestAlthough the towers appear identical, the west tower stands 16 feettaller than the east tower.
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