[English] Not as … as

not as … as

  • “I’m 93.” “I’m 96.”
    She’s old, but she’s not as old as he is.
  • Box A isn’t as big as Box B.
  • Rome is not as old as Athens. (= Athens is older)
  • The Grand Hotel isn’t as expensive as the the Western. (= the Western is more expensive)
  • I don’t play tennis as often as you. (= you play more often)
  • The weather is better than it was yesterday. It isn’t as cold. (= as cold as it was yesterday)

not as much as … / not as many as …

  • I haven’t got as much money as you. (= you’ve got more money)
  • I don’t know as many people as you. (= you know more people)
  • I don’t go out as much as you. (= you go out more)

not as … as 와 than의 비교

  • Rome is not as old as Athens.
    Athens is older than Rome. (not older as Rome)
  • Tennis isn’t as popular as soccer.
    Soccer is more popular than tennis.
  • I don’t go out as much as you.
    You go out more than me.

as me / as him / as her, etc로 말한다. We usually say as me / as him / as her, etc. You can say:

  • She’s not as old as him. or She’s not as old as he is.
  • You don’t work as hard as me. or You don’t work as hard as I do.

the same as … 으로 말한다. We say the same as … .

  • The weather today is the same as yesterday.
  • Your son’s hair is the same color as yours.
  • I arrived at the same time as Tim.

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