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Lesson 1: Comparison - 1
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Introducing comparisons and the 2 basic rules of comparison.

Himanshu Das
Senior Analyst at Dell. BITS Pilani Alumnus. Scored 99.67 percentile in CAT. Follow me to learn Maths and English for CAT preparation.

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  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 1- Comparison 1


  2. About Me . B. . from BITS Pilani Business Advisor, Dell Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. COMPARISON What is comparison? To examine people or things to see how they are similar and how they are different. e What are compared? Verbs . Nouns How are they compared? e Using adverbs Using adjectives


  4. RULES e Items must be logically similar e Items must be grammatically similar


  5. Logically Similar e The students of the "B" section are more focused than other houses. Players of South Africa are fitter than other countries Economy of India is bigger than UK


  6. Logically Similar . The students of the "B" section are more focused that other houses. e Players of South Africa are fitter than other countries Economy of India is bigger than the UK


  7. Logically Similar . The students of the "B" section are more focused than those of other houses e Players of South Africa are fitter than the players of other countries Economy of India is bigger than that of the UK


  8. Grammatically Similar * I enjoy ordering in more than to eat out. He enjoys playing more than to study.


  9. Grammatically Similar I enjoy ordering in more than to eat out. e He enjoys playing more than to study


  10. Grammatically Similar I enjoy ordering in more than eating out. He enjoys playing more than studying