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32 examples:

A little more?

Shall we wait a little more?

Am I allowed a little more milk?

Would you like a little more salad?

Can't you drive a little more slowly?

Thank you, could I have a little more?

Could you cook this meat a little more?

Can you elaborate on this a little more?

Would it be OK if I drank a little more tea?

Shall we go to a little more upscale restaurant?

Can't you apply the rules a little more elastically?

Don't you think you should be a little more careful?

Can you match this coat with something a little more colorful?

Would you mind explaining that once more in a little more detail?

You're speaking a little too fast for me. Would you speak a little more slowly?

Historians, for his part said Chateaubriand, do not they lie a little more than the poets?

You're considerate, but don't you think you should work a little more at understanding the subtleties of the human mind?

If you calmly look at the reply you sent to an email, you'll find that it'll have "you" all over it. While you may use the pretext that you're just working with whatever information the addressee gave you, in the end it's just all about yourself. This is wrong. Let's be a little more careful, shall we?

Why not just do something a little more on the gentle side?
(Chris LeDoux)

Vin Diesel, can you be a little more "inhumanly" obvious?
(CNN - Entertainment, )

How to make that cruise ship look a little more striking?
(Roderick Gilchrist in The Telegraph - Travel, )

Want to make something a little more sophisticated for brunch?
(NBC Today, )

Want a little more storage on your PS4 without upgrading it yourself?
(Forbes - Technology, )

Want something a little more sophisticated to help you at your BBQ cookouts?
(ZDNet US, )

Also, do you want a smartphone that's a little more robust that regular devices?
(ZDNet US, )

Uber has changed its logo, dropping its trademark U for something a little more cryptic. Why?
(BBC News - Technology, )

If you aren't cut out for management, why be just mediocre when with a little more effort you can be truly awful?
(Forbes - Personal Finance, )

It makes the main brand look positively stuffy: why spend more for a little more space but a lot less personality?
(The Telegraph - Travel, )

For six long years inflation has been eating pay rises, should the Bank of England add to that problem with interest rate rises that will gobble up a little more?
(Daily Mail - Money, )

We've seen a $48 million iPhone 6, but what if you're a little more thrifty when it comes to multimillion dollar luxury gadgets sure to become obsolete in two years?
(CNET News, )

MARTIN SAMUEL: When Ryan Giggs sees what Gareth Bale is about to achieve with Wales, does he ever think he could have dedicated just a little more of himself to international football?
(Daily Mail - Sport, )

It’s young India that’s taking up the baton when it comes to new ideas and entrepreneurial startups, so why not create a network for those aged 25 and below, who want to be taken a little more seriously?
(Forbes - Entrepreneurs, )

Other sentences

100 examples:

A little more.

Just a little more.

Add a little more pepper.

Please eat a little more.

Try to eat a little more.

With a little more effort.

I need a little more time.

Put in a little more sugar.

Give me a little more time.

I need a little more space.

We need a little more time.

Give me a little more water.

Just a little more patience.

I've got a little more work.

I want to sleep a little more.

I have a little more time now.

A little more to the right, so!

I just want a little more time.

I just need a little more time.

I could use a little more money.

Just give us a little more time.

Tell me a little more than that.

I need to practice a little more.

Tom needs a little more practice.

Please give me a little more tea.

Please speak a little more slowly.

Let's give Tom a little more time.

I think I need a little more time.

All we need is a little more time.

Please give me a little more time.

You may have to pay a little more.

Be a little more careful next time.

Take things a little more seriously.

I'm going to need a little more time.

I need a little more time to prepare.

I have to pay a little more attention.

Let's just give it a little more time.

I wish you were a little more like me.

All we need is a little more practice.

I think I'll look around a little more.

Please give me a little more chocolate.

If only I'd been a little more careful!

Mom, add a little more salt to the soup.

I wish you'd give me a little more time.

Add a little more milk to my tea, please.

Things are getting a little more cryptic!

I wish you'd lent me a little more money.

I wish you'd given me a little more time.

It's a little more complicated than that.

We've bought ourselves a little more time.

A little more effort, and you will succeed.

I should have paid a little more attention.

I wish you'd given me a little more notice.

I suggest you be a little more cooperative.

The boycott lasted a little more than a year.

Tom expected Mary to be a little more helpful.

With a little more patience, you could succeed.

I wish I had a little more time to finish this.

I think you should be a little more supportive.

I suggest you take this a little more seriously.

With a little more care, he wouldn't have failed.

You should be a little more sensible at your age!

I'd like to explain this in a little more detail.

With a little more care, you would have succeeded.

You should eat something a little more nutritious.

The problem's a little more complicated than that.

With a little more effort, he would have succeeded.

I gave Tom a little more time to finish his report.

It would be good if Tom did a little more exercise.

I think it's a little more sophisticated than that.

I only wish I had a little more time to finish this.

I thought I might add a little more salt to the stew.

With a little more patience, she would have succeeded.

With a little more patience, you would have succeeded.

With a little more patience, you could have succeeded.

We could have bought the car with a little more money.

Had I had a little more money, I would have bought it.

I've been trying to spend a little more time with Tom.

Tom asked me to tell you he needed a little more time.

We need to hire someone with a little more experience.

If I'd had a little more money, I would have bought it.

My mother tasted the soup and added a little more salt.

It would be good for Tom to get a little more exercise.

With just a little more effort, he would have succeeded.

If I had had a little more money, I would have bought it.

You've got to listen a little more carefully from now on.

I want you to straighten up the environment a little more.

It took me a little more time than usually to fall asleep.

Right now, we have a problem that's a little more pressing.

With a little more wisdom, he would not have got in trouble.

You could have solved this puzzle with a little more patience.

If he had been a little more careful, he would have succeeded.

With a little more patience, you could have solved the puzzle.

I think you need to spend a little more time on your homework.

I think we should consider Tom's offer a little more carefully.

If she had been a little more patient, she could have succeeded.

If you had been a little more patient, you could have succeeded.

If you had been a little more patient, you would have succeeded.

After a certain point, everything became a little more difficult.

Tom wouldn't have gotten hurt if he'd been a little more careful.

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