Comparison with Adjectives
Make with comparative form of adjectives (-er or more) + than
Use comparison to compare two things, people, or places
Adjectives with One Syllable:
Ending in -e (wide / safe)
Consonant-vowel-consonant (big / thin)
All others (tall / small)
Double the consonant, and add -er
A lizard is safer than a crocodile.
A crocodile is bigger than a lizard.
A lizard is smaller than a crocodile.
Adjectives with Two or More Syllables:
Ending in -y (noisy / pretty)
All others (expensive / beautiful)
Change the -y to -i and add -er.
Use more or less before the adjective.
A crocodile is scarier than a lizard.
A crocodile is more expensive than a lizard.
My English score is better than my maths score.
Chocolate is worse for you than fruit.
My sisters live farther away from my house than my brother.
people in the city?
you or your brother?
this car or that car?