Sentences with comparisons

The adjectives in English
The comparison of adjectives
Sentences with comparisons
Exercises: Adjectives and adverbs
then or than - Exercise

1. something is similar A=B

Our car is as fast as Peter's car.

2. something is not similar A><B

a) Use not as ... as (to say that something is not similar)

John's car is not as fast as our car. (A><B)

b) Use than (to say that something is bigger or smaller)

Our car is faster than John's car. (A>B)
John's car is slower than our car. (A<B)


Peter is taller than me. (informal)
Peter is taller than I am. (formal)

Max is as tall as me. (informal)
Max is as tall as I am. (formal)

Do not mix up than with then.
see: then or than - Confusing words

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