Fri 22 Apr, 2016 04:50 am
Is is correct this comparative structure:
-the better, the better
It makes me doubt because there isn't clause followed by the comparative adjective.
Thanks in advance
Give an example sentence where you would show this.
"Good, better, best" is used.
Punk, my guess is that it's a clever way of saying that any further improvement is welcome
As far as grammar is concerned, let's hear from Tes or one of the other experts
You can use them this way, for example:
The better the vodka, the better the Martini.