Mona Lisa was commissioned to celebrate the birth at a baby boy. Interestingly, there is more than meets the eye. They have suggested that by magnifying lady's eyes under a microscope, tiny letters and numbers can be seen.

How come it is possible to use root form after preposition or conjunction "more than"?

  • To celebrate the birth of a baby boy. – Jason Bassford Apr 9 '19 at 4:45
  • Ah, Thanks for your comment! – yoonjin kim Apr 9 '19 at 4:49

More than meets the eye Is a phrase meaning more than there appears to be at first

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  • Really appreciate! – yoonjin kim Apr 9 '19 at 2:55

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