Thank you for reading my question
I got something curious I've never thought about
While reading a grammar book.
1. I love you more than him. (not to think of ambiguity)
That's a good sentence, and I don't see anything unnatural.
and 'I love more you than him' sounds strange.
but how about the following sentence?
2. I need money more than a car.
I kinda think 'I need more money than a car' is more natural...
There must be something different between two sentences...
but I can't see it.
but 'I need more money than a car' sounds like 'I need more money than before'
I'm confused so much...
which one of two sentences is correct? or both of them correct?
please help me out of this haunting curiosity...
and I found it out that 'rather than' should be stuck to each other
except for 'would rather A than B', so never mind.
Last edited by whsans; 27-May-2010 at 02:08.