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I am under the impression when we compare two things, then we use the word “comparatively”….

Here is the deal, that in today’s world it is necessary/Important for teams to do workout. ( is it right sentence) ?????

In which sense, we can use word "comparatively" with workout in above sentence.
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Hi,

I am under the impression when we compare two things, then we use the word “comparatively”….

You can use the word to indicate that you are comparing two things, eg Fred does not have a lot of money. Comparatively, Tom is rich.

Or you can do an explicit comparison, eg Tom is richer than Fred.

Here is the deal, that in today’s world it is necessary/Important for teams to do a workout. ( is it right sentence) ????? What two things or situations are you trying to compare here? Teams today versus teams 20 years ago? Are you saying that it was not necessary for teams to do a workout 20 years ago?

Best wishes, Clive
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Here is the deal, that in today’s world it is necessary/Important for teams to do a workout. ( is it right sentence) ????? What two things or situations are you trying to compare here? Teams today versus teams 20 years ago? Are you saying that it was not necessary for teams to do a workout 20 years ago?

Yes, you got me !!



Thanks,