Read the sentence from the article about Company Culture. Are you familiar with the comparative structure used in it?
“The better-defined a company’s culture is, the more likely they are to attract top talent.”
Take a look at more examples:
- The older we grow, the wiser we become.
- The less you spend, the more you save.
- The more I practise, the more I remember.
- The bigger the risk, the greater the reward.
- The more she does for others, the better she feels.
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Use the comparative structure ‘The…, the… .’ to transform the following sentences:
- If you take better care of your employees, you increase their engagement.
- Higher salary increases the quality of work.
- Better atmosphere improves employee retention.
- When a company grows, it is harder to be innovative.
- If you encourage cooperation, your team will work together better.
- If you are more respectful, you get more respect.
- When you get more experience, your leadership skills improve.
- You get better results with purposeful actions.
By the way, do you agree with these statements?
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