Use comparatives when contrasting two people, places or objects. Go to This is better if you need to review the rules to form Comparatives.
Comparatives are used with the verb To Be in the past to contrast Past and Present attitudes, physical appearance, personality, and states of mind.
Look at the chart. Some examples with the verb To Be + Comparatives are presented. Listen how they are pronounced.
How many times do people get their heart broken?
Do you think people can change overnight?
Is it disappointing when somebody treats you bad after treating you right?
Read the following comic strip about a girl and a boy who broke up because they are not the same anymore. Look at the dialogs and pay attention to the comparisons they make.
Go back to the story and complete the chart with examples of verb To Be in Present / Past + Comparative adjectives in the order they appear in the comic strip. Write all the examples you can find.