Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "More"

The meaning of "More" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does that's more like it mean?
A: It means “that’s better.”
You are working on a project at your office. You don’t really like it, so you haven’t been trying very hard. Finally, you decide to put in some effort. Your boss notices and says,”That’s more like it!”

You have been trying a new recipe, but can’t make it taste right. One day, you add less flour, and it comes out perfect! “That’s more like it,” you could say to yourself.
Q: What does that's more like it mean?
A: When something has improved or is more satisfactory than it was before.

For example, you could be a bit cold in your house and your friend offers you a blanket, you could say, “that’s more like it!” to express that you feel better than you did before. You are more satisfied.

I hope this helps!
Q: What does that’s more like it mean?
A: Also,
That's more how I like it.
Q: What does “plenty more to come.” mean?
A: it means that there will be more things happening in the future. or more troubles to overcome. It simply means that you have more objectives that you need to complete. the phrase could be both good and bad

Example sentences using "More"

Q: Please show me example sentences with ‘어떠한 (문법, 단어선택 등) 표현이 더 자연스럽다’ 라고 말할때 more natural 말고도 표현 할 수 있는 다른 단어도 있나요..?.
A: “Flows better with the other words,” / “Sounds better in the sentence”
Q: Please show me example sentences with ➀no more ~ than …
➁no more than~
A: you can have no more than 3 pieces of cake.

there is no more than 2 people in your group.
Q: Please show me example sentences with …is more than I can~.
A: Two boxes 'is more than I can deal with' .

This expression can be used when having more than what you need of something

Synonyms of "More" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between ‘seem more reasonable’ and ‘seem to be more reasonable’ ?
A: ‘seem more reasonable’
seem to be more reasonable

The meaning is the same.
Q: What is the difference between “that’s more like it” and “I like it better” ?
A: Both can be used in different contexts, but if you’re making a direct comparison I would suggest “I like ___ better than ___”.
Q: What is the difference between ~~
~more quickly than ~~ and ~more quick than ?
A: The difference is just that "~ more quickly than ~" has adverb in it ("quickly" is the adverb).
while "~ more quick than ~" is actually not correct. it should be "~ quicker than ~" because "quick" is an adjective and adjectives which have less than two syllables should be arranged "~er". examples : quicker, smaller, larger, bigger, closer, etc.
Q: What is the difference between 1:study more and 2:study harder ?
A: study more means you study longer study harder means you study with more effort it's often used as study harder not more meaning studying with more effort is more efficient than studying a lot

Translations of "More"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Как понять разницу между more, much ,much more
A: more - больше
much - много (по поводу неисчисляемых существительных)
much more - гораздо больше (даже по-русски иногда говорят "много больше")

I need more time = Мне нужно больше времени
I need much time = Мне нужно много времени (Носитель, думаю, вряд ли так построит фразу, но для примера сойдёт)
I need much more time = Мне нужно гораздо больше времени
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? more more
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Other questions about "More"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce one more、want more.
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Q: Can you describe/explain more of it? Does this sound natural?
A: A better way to to say it is "could you describe/explain it in more detail?"
Q: 这篇文章我读得越多就懂得越透。 用英文the more 句型怎么说
A: The more I read this article, the more deeply I understood it.

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