Student or Learner
Can one use:
a. I have seen more Italian films than five.
I have seen more than five Italian films.
b. I made more pies than five.
The number of pies I made was superior to five.
c. I read more articles than five.
The number of articles I read was superior to five.
Thank you very much Raymott.
Well, if I have made five pies and a cake, I have made more than five pies. Right?
And if I have made six pies, I have made more than five pies.
If I want to be very specific, in this case, I would have to specify that the number of pies I made was higher than five. ('superior' was a bad choice of words). I was wondering if I could express that idea with: I made more pies than five.
But I thought the sentence sounded strange. Apparently it does not work.
Thank you very very much,
I think in that case it would be more natural to say:
I made more pies than THAT.