Elliptical Clauses

A common noun is a grammatical part of speech that refers to a person, place, thing, or idea.

Examples Elliptical Clauses

Some examples of elliptical clauses would be the following:

Harriet has more musical training than Taylor.

No one ate more sugar cookies than I.

Jasmyn’s brother was more excited to go to the football game than she.

The pop quiz did not worry my classmates as much as me.

My dogs are jealous that the new kitten is getting more attention than they.

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