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When are you going to use "much less than" when comparing?

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    Two examples:

    I enjoyed that concert much less than I enjoyed last year's.

    There is a large amount of sand in the little girl's sandbox, but it has much less than is in the big sandbox in the park.

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    The sandbox sentence is grammatically awkward, with ambiguous antecedents and confusion between the sand and the box.
    IMHO.

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