Transformation Of Sentences | Change Degrees Of Comparison Without Changing The Meaning
Change degrees of comparison without changing the meaning.
1. Kochi is the best port in Kerala.
2. Mumbai is the biggest port in India.
3. Mount Everest is higher than any other peak of the Himalayas.
4. The Ganga is longer than the Cauvery.
5. Kerala is one of the most beautiful states in India.
6. Oranges are cheaper than apples.
7. John is not as intelligent as Shyam.
8. I don’t eat as much as you do.
9. He is not taller than me.
10. She is the richest woman in her village.
1. Kochi is better than any other port in Kerala. / No other port in Kerala is as good as Kochi.
2. Mumbai is bigger than any other port in India. / No other port in India is as big as Mumbai.
3. Mount Everest is the highest peak of the Himalayas. / No other peak of the Himalayas is as high as Mount Everest.
4. The Cauvery is not as long as the Ganga. (The superlative is used when a comparison is made between three or more people or things.)
5. Kerala is more beautiful than most other states in India. / Few other states in India are as beautiful as Kerala.
6. Apples are not as cheap as oranges.
7. Shyam is more intelligent than John.
8. I eat less than you. / You eat more than me.
9. I am as tall as him. (You can also write ‘I am as tall as he is.’)
10. No other woman in her village is as rich as she is. / She is richer than any other woman in her village.