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Using the Comparative in French
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The comparative in French is an essential linguistic tool, allowing for comparisons between people, objects, actions, or qualities. The expression “plus… que” is commonly used to indicate that a thing or a person possesses a characteristic to a higher degree compared to another. This article aims to explain and practice the correct use of “plus… que” through various structured exercises and detailed grammatical explanations.

  1. Ce livre est intéressant le film.

  2. (grand / petit) : Ce bâtiment est l'autre.

  3. Cette tarte est bonne celle d'hier.

  4. Il y a de personnes ici aujourd'hui hier.

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