Bump for a detailed explanation.
Please provide a detail explanation (preferably with examples) of when to use which one .. less than, grater than, fewer than, more than.
"lesser than" is not correct usage
i could not think of any examples involving "lesser than"
less than is the idiom.
you have an example of less than right here.
fewer than + countable noun
i have fewer than 10 bucks
the number of people in the class was fewer than was expected.
and Greater than
again, the same thing...
more than + uncountable noun
greater than + countable noun
My Avatar cause more trouble than i expected
Here "trouble" is a uncountable noun
The Cost of the damage was greater than what most families could bear.
"Cost" is a countable noun. you can assign a value to it
Good enough, pitts?