「the +比較級, the + 比較級」(~であればあるほど…だ)
he more exercise I do, the more prepared I will be.
Brian says if he does more exercise, he will be more prepared for his big race. You can also say the same thing in this way. “The more exercise I do, the more prepared for the race I will be.” Let’s look at some other examples.
Hey, Ananda, what’s the secret to getting better at playing an instrument?
Ah, well, the more you practice, the better you’ll get.
Oh, okay. So, I have to practice, huh?
Yes. And Vinay, I know you speak several languages. What’s the best way to get better at a new language?
Oh, well, it’s actually similar to learning an instrument. The more you use a language, the better you’ll be at speaking it.
Ah, so, in both cases, practice makes perfect.
Okay. Fuku, let’s practice using this phrase. If I practice baseball, will I be able to play well?
Yes. The more you practice baseball, the better you will play.
Okay. Good advice.
The younger you are, the easier it is to learn.