Choose the right answer.
The lion was getting ... to his prey.
We repeat the comparative to show that the changes are continuous. If the comparative is made by "more" + adjective, then we say "more and more + adjective".
His beliefs grew stronger and stronger.
Things are getting better and better.
As you practise, you get more and more experienced.
We can add no or any to the comparative. We use "no" if the verb is in the positive form and "any" if it is in the negative form.
We must finish no later than 8 o'clock.
I'm not staying here any longer, I've had enough.