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I would like to ask a question about 'comparative'.
I have a better worker. (It is correct)
I have more workers. (It is correct)
I have more good workers. (Is it correct?) = I have more workers who are good.
Are they same? (not better)
I have more quickly worker.
I have more quicky and more workers. (Is it correct?) = I have more workers who are more quickly.
Are they same?
I mean that we can say' more good workers'. It is correct. (That means there are lots of workers and they are good). But how will we ask If there are two 'more' ?
A :I have an only interesting worker in my company.
B:I have more interesting and more workers than you have.
Can we construct this sentence with 'and'. Because There are 2 'more'.
Is there anyone who will help? :(
A: I have only one interesting employee in my company.
B: Well I have more than one interesting employee, but then I have more employees than you.
ps. There is no need to bump your post after only eight hours at a time when many of the regulars are asleep.
Last edited by 5jj; 23-Aug-2011 at 10:59. Reason: typos