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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #54161: Parallel change
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    Parallel change

    - Parallel Change is expressed by:


    The + Comparative ......... The  + Comparative.



    The more I study, the more I know.

    The more I know, the more I forget.

    The more I forget, the less I know.

    So, why study?



    - Sometimes the subject and the verb (to be) are omitted.



    The sooner, the better.

    The less said about it, the better.


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    1. The (large) the house is, the more money it will cost.

    2. The more leisure time she has, the (happy) she is.

    3. The (many) books you read, the more ideas you have.

    4. The (many) ideas you have, the more knowledgeable you become.

    5. The (good) they knew him, the more disillusioned they became.

    6. The more, the (merry).

    7. The quicker you are, the (early) you will be.

    8. The (hard) you work, the more results you obtain.

    9. The (slim) you are, the quicker you run.

    10. The (near), the better.

    11. The more you eat, the (fat) you become.

    12. The (ugly) it is, the worse it is.

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