Gabriel
Help(please) Hi, there Could you help me? 1) Would you say "I like chocolate much/way better than vanilla" or "I like chocolate much/way more than vanilla"? 2) What does "Don't be a phone baloney. Our kids seem to enjoy one another's company, you and I have nothing in common other than we both gave birth in the same year""... What does "phone baloney" mean? And why not "gave birth the same year", but "in the same year"? Thank you very much!
Nov 25, 2017 7:06 PM
Answers · 2
The above comment is a good answer but I would add that saying "way more" is also correct--it's the most informal version (you would never say this in an essay, for example) but it is very natural-sounding, at least in my dialect of English.
November 25, 2017
1. I like chocolate much better than vanilla is normal, proper English. 'way better' is spoken, informal, almost slang American English. 2. A phoney baloney (phoney, not phone) is someone who is phoney ...or 'not genuine'. Both 'the same year' or 'in the same year' are correct.
November 25, 2017
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