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  1. mylevt's Avatar
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    #1

    more than

    Hi,
    Could you please explain the meaning of "more than" in the context:
    "many roads are nothing more than dirt tracks.
    Does the sentence mean that many roads have only dirt tracks.
    Thanks.

  2. shalstudent's Avatar
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    #2

    Re: more than

    ((Not a teacher))

    Your are right, mylevt. It does mean that many roads are just dirt tracks.

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    #3

    Re: more than

    Hi, shalstudent.
    Thank you.
    Is "nothing more than" a phrase that can't be separated?

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