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Parallelism with Comparative Adjective and Adverb [Part 4 of 5]

Comparing with and with respect to Verbs/ Verb Phrases/ Prepositional Phrases A. Comparison of different Verbs for the Same /Different Nouns She talks more than she listens. {Incorrect to omit subject ‘she’ after ‘than’ if verb is different} I can type faster than I can write. He drank more than he ate.{Parallelism of tense} For the first three years, we spent more than we earned. She listens and observes more than she reads. She likes to listen more than (to) read. {Parallelism of Infinitive Objects) B. Comparison of Nouns with respect to attribute / adverb of Same Verb

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