The most admired
● We use more … than to compare two people or things.
Holly is more patient than Brian.
● We use the most to compare three or more people or things.
Tokyo is the most populated city in the world.
● We use more … than and the most for adjectives with two or more
than two syllables.
powerful ➜ more powerful than ➜ the most powerful
Gra�ar at a glance
A Underline the mistakes and write the correct words in the blanks. Put
a tick (✓) if the sentence is correct.
1 Tammy is more careful than Rita in her work. 1
2 Miss Ng is most friendly than Miss Chan at school. 2
3 Our parents are the most important people in 3
4 Wesley is the most punctualest person among our 4
classmates. He is never late for school.
5 Childbirth is the more beautiful moment in life. 5
6 'Board games are more excite than video games,' 6
James Poon said.
7 Adele's paintings are more colourful than other 7
8 'Having a beautiful heart is most useful than 8
having a lot of money,' Mrs Kwan said.
9 Victor is the more interesting person in our class.
He can tell funny jokes.