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Hi! I'm Roy, and today I'm going all about
making comparatives using the words 'as' and 'as'.
Look at this sentence: James is as tall as me.
That means James and I are the same
height. We use 'as' with an adjective
and another 'as' to say that something
is the same or equal.
You can also use the words 'much' or 'many'
between the two 'as's'.
I have as many video games as James.
If you want to say that something is not the same
or not equal, you can use the word 'not'.
We put the word 'not' in front of the first 'as'.
The film is not as good as the book.
This means I think the book is better than the film.
Anyway, I've got to go,
but I hope you're as happy as I am.
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As ... as comparatives - English In A Minute

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林宜悉 published on April 28, 2020
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