"नेहा दादी से अच्छा नहीं गाती है।"
Translation:Neha does not sing better than grandmother.
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No, English grammar requires the adverb "well" instead of the adjective "good", though in colloquial speech people use "good" as an adverb all the time. As for the distinction between "better" and "as good as" ... these are different things. Just like "greater than" and "greater than or equal to" in math are not quite the same thing.