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Comparatives and Adverbs

Comparatives are used to compare two people, two objects or two situations. They vary according to their use in the sentence. They are used with nouns, adjectives, verbs or adverbs.

In this lesson, we will show you how to use comparatives with adverbs.

Comparatives of superiority

We put the adverb between “plus” and “que” when we want to express superiority with adverbs of manner, frequency, time or place etc...

For example:

Papa conduit plus vite que maman.
Daddy drives faster than mommy.

Il rend visite à ses parents plus souvent que sa soeur.
He visits his parents more often than his sister.

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