meaning of than Hello,Everyone I have a trouble in the grammar about “than” in the following sentence: This behaviour is not any more becoming among our politicians than it is among our voters. Thank you very much in advance
Nov 26, 2017 2:47 PM
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This sentence compares the appropriateness of some behavior among politicians and voters. Its meaning is "This behavior is unbecoming among our voters, and equally (or more so) among our politicians." "Than" in this sentence establishes the fact that "this behavior" is not more acceptable in any way for politicians when compared to voters.
November 26, 2017
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