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I saw the following sentence in a medical news.

Another study suggests that the higher the CO2 output the greater the attraction.

Is it that "is" is omitted from the sentence, or is it possible to put a noun after "the (comparative)"?

Another study suggests that the higher the CO2 output (is) the greater the attraction (is).

If you can put a noun in this kind of comparative sentence, could you give me more example sentence for this grammar?


Thank you very much in advance!

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I saw the following sentence in a medical news.

Another study suggests that the higher the CO2 output the greater the attraction.

Is it that "is" is omitted from the sentence, or is it possible to put a noun after "the (comparative)"?

Another study suggests that the higher the CO2 output (is) the greater the attraction (is).

If you can put a noun in this kind of comparative sentence, could you give me more example sentence for this grammar?


Thank you very much in advance!
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