Daily English Quiz 228
: Human ways of life have steadily changed.
: During the last few years change has been even more rapid than usual.
P: From that time to this, civilisation has always been changing.
Q: About ten thousand years ago, man lived entirely by hunting.
R: Ancient Egypt -Greece - the Roman Empire - the Dark Ages and the Middle Ages - the Renaissance the age of modem science and of modern nations - one has succeeded the other; and history has never stood still.
S: A settled, civilised life began only when agriculture was discovered.
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any and no: adverbs
[any/no + comparative
Any and no can modify ( = change the meaning of) comparatives.
You don't look any older than your daughter.
( = You don't look at all older . . .)
I can't go any further
I'm afraid the weather's no better than yesterday.
We also use any and no with different.
This school isn't any different from the last one.
'Is John any better?' No different Still very ill.'
Note the expressions any good/use and no good/use.
Was the film any good?
This watch is no use It keeps stopping.
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