- Is it possible to use subjunctive form in a comparative correlative (The+the) clause? For example, is the below sentence correct?
The closer the objects be to each-other, the more beautiful the result will be.
I did some research but I couldn't find any piece of information that puts these two concepts together.
- What is the other appropriate way to make a sentence with the similar meaning? e.g.:
If you make the objects closer to each-other, the result will be more beautiful. But this sample is not good, because it doesn't show the correlation well.