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  • this is everyday grammar.

  • I'm Alice Bryant, and this star alot needs as much water as this J plant.

  • The two plants need equal amounts of water I just made.

  • And as as comparison between the amounts or quantities of two things, notice that I use the word much with the noun water because water is an uncountable noun.

  • Dr.

  • Jill, would you give us another example?

  • Sure, the Monday class has as many students as the Wednesday class.

  • I used the word many with the noun students because students are accountable.

  • That's right.

  • Let's see how to form these equal comparisons.

  • The structure goes like this subject, plus verb than as much or many plus noun as then a noun or noun phrase we also use as as comparisons to express inequality about amounts.

  • For example, if my plants did not need the same amount of water, I could say this star alot does not need as much water as this jade plants.

  • Okay, your turn again.

  • Jill got it.

  • The Monday class doesn't have as many students as the Wednesday class.

  • Oh, that's all right.

this is everyday grammar.

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Everyday Grammar: Amounts: As…As Comparisons

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/04
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