More and Less
Adv, Determiner, Pronoun
She is more beautiful than Ma Hla.
Would you like some more food?
One more please. No more.
I want to ask you one more question.
You need to listen more, and talk less!
We spent more time on the last job than usual.
She's more of a poet than a novelist.
It gets more and more difficult to understand what is going on.
The more he drank, the more violent he became.
We must try to spend less money.
Exercise more and eat less.
I eat less chocolate and fewer biscuits than I used to.
He's less and less able to look after himself.
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