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  1. Lesson 2: Pronouns
    5 Topics
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    5 Quizzes
  2. Grammar and Writing
    Lesson 1: Build a sentence
    4 Topics
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    5 Quizzes
  3. Lesson 3: Comparison
    6 Topics
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    8 Quizzes
  4. Lesson 4: Relative clauses
    4 Topics
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    5 Quizzes
  5. Lesson 5: Noun phrases
    3 Topics
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    6 Quizzes
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As Adjective As
My car is

as

big comfortale

as

your car.
As Adverb As
I drive

as

well carefully

as

you do.

Rule 1

Use the formula as + adjective/ adverb + as to compare two people or things. 

  • Adjective: Your car is as old as
  • Adverb: I can run a mile as fast as you can.

Rule 2

To complete this formula, you can use

  • Subject + verb or an auxiliary verb: I dance as well as he (does)
  • Possessive noun or pronoun: My computer is as old as Rita’s/ hers.