Friday, September 15, 2017

English Adverbs used with comparison - much bigger, much more interesting (AUDIO!)



We use adverbs like very/really/quite with adjectives to show a strong degree.

It was very cold yesterday.
Chris is really angry. What happened?
I'm quite tired today. I didn't sleep well last night.

When we want to show a strong degree with comparisons (bigger, more interesting etc.) we need to use the adverb MUCH


Imported apples are much more expensive than local ones.


Kathy is very/really/quite tall.
She is much taller than her husband.

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