two more + noun/two noun + more Hi,there I know you say "I have a THOUSAND dollars MORE than my brother has" But do you say "I ate TWO MORE slices of cake/chunks of bread than my brother did" or "I ate TWO slices of cake/chunks of bread MORE than my brother did"? And "I ran TWO miles MORE than my friend did" or " I ran TWO MORE miles than my friend did"? Which order is correct? Thank you,
Apr 21, 2016 8:14 PM
Answers · 4
Both ways are absolutely correct, as is ""I have a THOUSAND MORE dollars than my brother has." I've been saying the sentences over in my head to see if it makes any difference, and while the sound of the sentence is slightly different, there is no difference in meaning between either way. I hope this helps!
April 21, 2016
Could someone just tell me?
April 21, 2016
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