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English Profile - English Profile
Element FORM: BEFORE NOUNS
SuperCat ADJECTIVES
SubCat comparatives
Lexical Range N/A
Level A2
Cando Can use comparative adjectives attributively, before nouns.
Corrected Learner Example I just watched a cricket match with my younger brother and my father. (India; A2 WAYSTAGE; 2007; Hindi; Pass)

I bought the shoes and the t-shirt for my older brother's party. (Mexico; A2 WAYSTAGE; 2008; Spanish - Latin American; Pass)

I want to take this course because I want to know more about computers, so that I can get a better job. (A2 WAYSTAGE; 2007; Gujarati; Pass)
Uncorrected Learner Example I just watched a cricket match with my younger brother and my father. (India; A2 WAYSTAGE; 2007; Hindi; Pass)

I bought the shoes and the t-shirt for my older brother's party. (Mexico; A2 WAYSTAGE; 2008; Spanish - Latin American; Pass)

Comments Predicative use (with verbs) tends to be lower level than attributive (with nouns) – unsurprisingly.

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