When we want to compare two things, we would say:
My new office is twice as large as my old one.
When we compare two things, we need to use ‘as + adjective + as …’. In this case, the adjective is ‘large’. ‘As large like’, ‘as large than’ and ‘so large as’ don’t exist!
Though a hard worker, John isn’t as clever as Jane.
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