GRAMMAR: Better or Worse
Better than – used to compare ability or quality – positive.
Simon is better than John at presentations.
The Best – used when we want to say this is the highest.
GE is the best company in America.
Worse than – used to compare ability or quality – negative
Hotpoint is worse than GE.
The Worst – used when we want to say this is the lowest.
Los Angeles is the worst city for traffic.
EXPRESSIONS – Employment
To hire – employ somebody.
GE hired me in 2019.
To fire – to terminate somebody’s employment.
He was a bad worker so GE fired him.
Winner – person who wins a competition.
He sells the most and is a winner.
Loser – person who loses a competition.
He never completes his tasks. He’s a loser.
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