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December 3, 2018 EnglishOne

Modifiers for Comparisons

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Comparisons: Using Modifiers in your Comparisons

Once we know how to make comparisons in English, we can add more detail by using a modifier. Modifiers create better descriptions and add more colour to your English. Watch this video to find out more.

Which Modifiers to Use?

Use these modifiers when you want to describe a big difference between subjects:

  • much
  • a lot
  • far
  • significantly
  • way *

These modifiers are used when the difference between the two subjects is not too big:

  • slightly
  • a bit
  • a little

These modifiers explain that there is practically no difference between the subjects:

  • exactly the same
  • more or less the same
  • roughly the same
  • pretty much the same

* These words are more informal.


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