Comparative sentence structures in Chinese

Is today colder than yesterday? Is English grammar harder than Chinese? Are you taller than your mother?

The sentence pattern means A is a bit/much XX than B。
Is the winter here colder than california? Is French’s grammar easier than Chinese? Is Yaoming taller than you? Please answer these questions using the sentence pattern in this slide.

This sentence pattern means: A is even more Adj than B.” Brat Pitt is handsome, but Justin is even more handsome than him. I cam late, I did not expect you came even later than me. How do you say, “Is he even taller than Yaoming using this pattern? He is even taller than Yaoming.
This sentence pattern means “A is the same as B.”

More Resources:

https://www.writtenchinese.com/bi-and-meiyou-making-comparisons-in-mandarin-chinese/

https://www.chinese-grammar.org/lesson-17.html

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