Comparative adverbs are used to compare two or more things. They show when one thing is greater, less, or equal to another.
Comparative adverbs are used to compare two or more things. They show when one thing is greater, less, or equal to another. They can be used in both comparisons and adjectives. Adverbs of degree are used to show how much something is, such as "very" or "extremely."
A comparative adjective describes a noun by comparing it to another noun or pronoun.
A pronoun can be used with a comparative adjective to create an inclusive comparison.
"The book is very long" - this is an ambiguous sentence because it could mean either the book contains many pages or that the pages are longer than other books. This sentence would make sense if we replaced 'long' with 'longer' and 'many' with 'more.'
• “John runs faster than Tim.
• “John works more carefully than Tim.