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Further- Farther


'Farther' refers to a physical distance. 

Example: How much farther is it to your grandmother house?

 

'Further' refers to a figurative distance.

Example: You need to explain your aim further.





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1. Which is , your home or our home?

2. I think I can swim than you.

3. Your behaviour is very bad. Do you have anything to say to your father?

4. Should you require information about this project, please feel free to call me at any time.

5. It's a distance to the bakery store than to the shopping centre.

6. We should do more to protect our body from disease by doing exercises and eating safe food.

7. Before marriage, we should discuss about our future.

8. I go out walking for 2 hours every evening, but today I walked than every day.

9. Her son got lost. He went away from home.

10. If I were you, I wouldn't continue this friendship any .

11. This modern car can travel than ever before with using less gasoline.

12. This exam shows details about your studying.

13. He is not a good basketball player. He always throws the ball from the basket.

14. You can find tests to reply on this site.

15. My grandfather couldn't see so he bought new glasses.

16. His friend jumped than his sister.

17. Her daughter climbs on that tree than she does.









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