Category: degree

slightly | a bit | much (comparative)

This post will attempt to untangle another set of grammar features that are clashing across levels.¬† The centre of the confusion starts with: C1 Point 63 in the category of ADVERB phrases which is defined as: degree adverbs (‘slightly‘, ‘a bit‘, ‘much‘) to modify comparatives. But it clashes completely with B2¬†Point 57 in the category […]

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