These two words are very often confused by English students because they are similar in meaning; however, they are used differently.
We use "more" to mean that we want extra of the same thing.
- Do you want more coffee?
- Add more water if the mixture is dry.
We use "else" when we want to refer to something or someone different.
- If there is something else you need to know, email us or ask us on Facebook.
- John, Mike, Susan and Kate are coming to my birthday party. Is anyone else coming ?
In the picture below, you will find some more examples that will help you to better understand how to use these two words.
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