even more in a sentence

She is even more beautiful.

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She knows French, and even more English.

He can speak French, and even more English.

I like physics, and I like mathematics even more.

He is keen on rock music, but she is even more so.

I like listening to music, and playing music even more.

Animals and plants have the right to live, and men even more so.

We hope the next years will be even more successful for all of us.

This pie would be even more delicious with a scoop of ice cream on top.

James Stephens once observed that curiosity will conquer fear even more than bravery will.

I don’t understand the greed of rich movie stars who do advertising to get even more money.

Cicero once remarked that liberty is rendered even more precious by the recollection of servitude.

She was even more surprised when she heard Miss Baker say, Excuse me, but may I change places with you?

Nowadays companies seem to be promoting their brands as saleable items even more than the actual products.

I don’t understand why super-rich celebrities choose to make product endorsements to make even more money.

The greed of some people, such as rich movie stars who do advertising to get even more money, seems to be almost limitless.

Many theorists now believe that vocabulary development is even more important than grammar study for second language learners.

even more than two decades after his death, film star John Wayne still ranks among America’s top five favorite male film stars.

Skateboards were a craze when I was young, and then they disappeared, only to come back even more popular about twenty years later.

In our program, we emphasize the importance of building your vocabulary, which we consider to be even more important than grammar study.

As beautiful as the islands of the Philippines are, the underwater landscapes of that country are considered by many to be even more spectacular.

As beautiful as the islands of the Philippines are, the underwater landscapes of that country are considered by many to be even more spectacular.

There is a Saudi Arabian proverb which suggests that love sees clearly, hate even more so, but jealousy sees the most clear because it is equal to love plus hate.

Your progress in English depends on how hard you work.

Furthermore, if you live in the culture of your target language, you will learn even more quickly.

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