A common error in the use of comparatives

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In comparative sentences be careful to compare the same part of two things. That of, these of and those of are necessary words that are often omitted.

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Hear or listen to?
He or she and they
Words ending in -man
At or in?
Can or could?
Go or get?
Can and be able to
Can and could
Change of tenses
Close and shut
Cloth and clothes
Come and go
Comparative and superlative
Comparatives - a common error
On the contrary
Cool down and cool off
Correct pronunciation of the
Could have + past participle