In English, when we compare two things and we want to say that the second thing mentioned is less likely to be true or possible than the first one, we can use the phrases : "Let alone", "Much/Even/Still less", and "Never mind". Have a look at the grammar sheet below to learn how to use these phrases.
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This ebook has been written to help students prepare for the Key Word Transformation part of the Use of English paper (grammar) of the Cambridge English: C1 Advanced exam.
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