THE MORE / THE MORE
It is used to express that something depends on another thing.
The earlier you get up, the more you feel health.
The more you study, the more you will be successful.
The earlier we start work, the earlier we finish it.
The sunnier the weather is, the happier I feel.
The more you work, the more you earn.
A- Rewrite the following sentences using “the more / the more” as in the example.
If a student listens to his teacher carefully, he can understand the subject better.
The more carefully a student listens to his teacher, the better he can understand the subject.
1. If you eat less bread, you will keep fit.
2. If you read more, you will be more intellectual.
3. If you travel more, you will see more places.
4. If you read slowly, you will understand better.
5. If you smoke more, you will be more unhealthy.
6. If you rest, you will feel relaxed.
7. If you eat more fruit and vegetables, you will be healthier.
8. If you smile, you will be happier.
9. If you talk politely, the people will like you.