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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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Monday at 08:08 PM
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Hi there Lex,


Thanks for getting in touch. "He is even taller than the coach" means that whoever the person is that is being spoken about is 'taller than the coach.' Use of the word 'even' is giving the impression that being taller than the coach is something quite significant (the coach must be tall and the person is taller!!).


I hope this is helpful to you! ๐Ÿ˜„


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ร‰va

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Lex
Saturday at 10:25 AM
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Hello,


Thanks ร‰va. But in this lessons the sentence says: "He is even taller than the coach"

I dont undertand very well the meanning.


Thanks

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Friday at 01:50 PM
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Hello Lex,


Thanks for your questions!


The word 'even' can be an adjective, verb or adverb. In relation to this lesson, it would be in reference to sport so it would take on its adjective meaning being 'equal in amount' (relates to score of the game). For example, "The games score was even."


The word 'ever' is an adverb and means 'at any time' or 'at all times.' For example, "Nothing ever seemed to bother her."


I hope this is helpful to you! ๐Ÿ˜„


Kindly,

ร‰va

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Lex
Friday at 01:15 PM
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Hello




Could you explain the use the "even" word, please?




Thanks in advance

lex
Wednesday at 10:11 AM
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Hello



Could you explain the use the "even" word, please?



Thanks in advance

lex
Wednesday at 10:11 AM
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Hello


Could you explain the use the "ever" word, please?


Thanks in advance

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Wednesday at 04:16 PM
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Hello Ryuji,


Well done!!


Thanks for taking the time to share!


Feel free to ask us any questions you have throughout your English language studies. ๐Ÿ˜„๐Ÿ˜Ž


Cheers,

ร‰va

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Ryuji
Saturday at 12:36 PM
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Yes, I got right.

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Wednesday at 04:16 PM
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Hello Ventsislav,


Thanks for the question. It depends what time zone you are in ๐Ÿ˜„


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Ventsislav
Friday at 05:27 PM
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Are you sure "EnglishClass101.com SATURDAY AT 6:39 PM"? I think It is the picture on the top left. ๐Ÿ˜…