City University of Hong Kong CLASS CLASS
Making Sense of Grammar
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Yes. It must be pointed out once again that verbal expressions as well as adjectives may be used to indicate the degree or extent of comparison or similarity:

她比你更喜欢吃鱼。

Tā bǐ nǐ gèng xǐ huān chī yú 。

She likes (eating) fish far more than you do.

这儿的天气你没有我习惯。

Zhè ér de tiān qì nǐ méi yǒu wǒ xí guàn 。

You are not as used to the weather here as I am.

那些中学生跟这些大学生一样也会说中文。

Nà xiē zhōng xué shēng gēn zhè xiē dà xué shēng yī yàng yě huì shuō zhōng wén 。

Those secondary school students, like these university students, can also speak Chinese.

[1] Yip, P. C., Rimmington, D., Xiaoming, Z., & Henson, R. (2009). Basic Chinese: a grammar and workbook. Taylor & Francis.
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