The better, the better

Reply 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
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Reply Fri 22 Apr, 2016 06:48 am
Give an example sentence where you would show this.

"Good, better, best" is used.
Reply Fri 22 Apr, 2016 11:07 am
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
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Reply Fri 22 Apr, 2016 12:45 pm
You can use them this way, for example:

The better the vodka, the better the Martini.
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