Whats the difference between , ほど and より? When comparing two objects
Oct 5, 2012 3:09 AM
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A ほど(~ない)=not as [adj.adv] as A A より=more than A ほど~ない is a set phrase. ex; She is not as young as you. 彼女はあなたほど若くない。 In an affirmative sentence, we usually use と同じくらい, not ほど. ex: 彼女はあなたと同じくらい若い。 She is as young as you. I hope my English makes sense.
October 6, 2012
私の前のコメントは無視してください (Prease disregerd my previous Comments ) ~程 not more than 例は 金ほど高くない That is not expensive more than Gold   ~ よりは than です 例は 金より高い    This is expensive than Gold
October 5, 2012
ごめんなさい逆です ~ほど   = 物> ~より    =物< が正解です
October 5, 2012
~ほど   = < ~より    = >
October 5, 2012
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