much comparative adjective noun

much comparative adjective noun

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In the English Grammar Profile, point 63 in the category of ADJECTIVES is defined as using

‘much’ to modify and intensify comparative adjectives used attributively before countable and uncountable nouns.

A search on iWeb corpus for: _rr _jjr _nn

 

1 MUCH BETTER JOB 4896

1 DO (VDI ) 1362
2 DOES (VDZ ) 1221


3 THAN (CSN ) 946
4 DID (VDD ) 707
5 DONE (VDN ) 510

2 MUCH BETTER CHANCE 4129
3 MUCH BETTER WAY 2674
4 MUCH BETTER IDEA 2646

5 MUCH HIGHER LEVEL 2606

1 THAN (CSN ) 626
2 SECURITY (NN1 ) 57


3 PLAYING (VVG ) 36
4 CONFIDENCE (NN1 ) 27
5 DETAIL (NN1 ) 27

6 MUCH LOWER COST 2443

1 AT (II ) 1829


2 THAN (CSN ) 762
3 PER (II ) 76
4 TRADITIONAL (JJ ) 58
5 OWNERSHIP (NN1 ) 41

7 MUCH LOWER PRICE 2227

8 MUCH WIDER RANGE 2223

1 THAN (CSN ) 320


2 OPTIONS (NN2 ) 82
3 PRODUCTS (NN2 ) 55
4 APPLICATIONS (NN2 ) 41
5 ACROSS (II ) 39

9 MUCH BETTER OPTION 2107
10 MUCH BETTER PLACE 2039
11 MUCH HIGHER RATE 2036
12 MUCH BETTER POSITION 1913
13 MUCH EASIER TIME 1887
14 EVEN BETTER RESULTS 1852
15 MUCH LARGER SCALE 1834
16 MUCH BETTER RESULTS 1824
17 MUCH BETTER UNDERSTANDING 1800
18 MUCH SMALLER SCALE 1743
19 MUCH HIGHER QUALITY 1687
20 NO LONGER WORK 1673
21 MUCH HIGHER RISK 1633
22 MUCH FASTER RATE 1609
23 MUCH BETTER QUALITY 1607
24 MUCH HIGHER PRICE 1544
25 MUCH BETTER CHOICE 1482
26 MUCH LONGER TIME 1469
27 NO LONGER NEED 1456
28 EVEN HIGHER LEVEL 1419
29 EVEN BETTER NEWS 1366
30 MUCH BETTER SHAPE 1269
31 MUCH EASIER WAY 1266
32 MUCH HIGHER LEVELS 1215
33 MUCH BETTER VALUE 1208
34 MUCH BETTER EXPERIENCE 1156
35 MUCH WIDER AUDIENCE 1105
36 MUCH HARDER TIME 1098
37 MUCH LONGER PERIOD 1098
38 MUCH BETTER DEAL 1083
39 MUCH BIGGER PROBLEM 1069
40 MUCH LARGER NUMBER 1013
41 MUCH HIGHER PERCENTAGE 1008
42 MUCH HIGHER RATES 1004
43 MUCH HIGHER CHANCE 1002
44 MUCH GREATER CHANCE 999
45 MUCH BETTER PERFORMANCE 992
46 SLIGHTLY HIGHER PRICE 990
47 MUCH GREATER RISK 936
48 EVEN BETTER VALUE 920
49 MUCH BETTER SOLUTION 919
50 EVEN BIGGER PROBLEM 893

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