Common mistake Missing 'as' in 'as well as or better than'

Common Mistakes in English Grammar

English grammar can be tricky, even for native speakers. There are many common mistakes that people make, sometimes without even realizing it. In this article, we'll explore some of these common errors and provide examples to help you understand and avoid them.

Mistake: Missing 'as' in 'as well as or better than'

One common mistake is forgetting to include the word 'as' when making comparisons with 'well' or 'better than.'

  • Incorrect: She dances well or better than her sister.
  • Correct: She dances as well as or better than her sister.

Adding 'as' in this construction is important for maintaining clarity and ensuring that the comparison is accurate.

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Missing 'as' in 'as well as or better than' mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    As well or better than

    As well as or better than

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