SubCat comparatives
Lexical Range N/A
Level B1
Cando Can use 'than' + a finite clause forming the second part of a comparison after a comparative adjective
Corrected Learner Example I wish our schools could become better than they are. (Georgia (Republic of); B1 THRESHOLD; 2007; Georgian; Pass)

He is almost 60 years old, but he's faster than you can imagine. (Germany; B1 THRESHOLD; 2001; German; Pass)

The price of the delivery company we are now using is a little bit higher than we expected. (China; B1 THRESHOLD; 2007; Chinese; Pass)

The floor is dark but the walls are white, so the room seems to be bigger than it is really. (Germany; B1 THRESHOLD; 2001; German; Pass)
Uncorrected Learner Example
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