A 比 B…..Adjective
wŏ bĭ wŏ de gē ge gāo 。
I'm taller than my brother.
zhōng guó bĭ yīng guó dà 。
China is larger than United Kingdom.
in fact, actually. It can be used both in the beginning of the sentence and after the subject.
qí shí wŏ shì zhōng guó rén 。
In fact, I am Chinese.
tā qí shí bù xĭ huan nĭ 。
In fact, she does not like you.
bĭ jiào / jiào
comparing to, comparatively
zhè ge yuè jiào shàng ge yuè gèng lĕng 。
This month is colder comparing to last month.
tā de zhōng wén bĭ jiào hăo 。
Her Chinese is comparatively better.
doing something indicate present progressive.
tā zài shuì jiào 。
She is sleeping.
wŏ zài zuò gōng zuò 。
I was working.
more（ spoken Chinese）
nĭ yào duō duō chī fàn ， cái zhăng de gāo 。
You have to eat more in order to grow taller.
duō duō yùn dòng shēn tĭ hăo 。
More exercise is good for your health.