I have a question. Can we use more and a word that ends with "er "just after the word more? For eg : more and more stronger or more darker. Please tell me whether it's correct or wrong to use in that way!
Sep 15, 2018 3:21 AM
Answers · 5
Using them together is incorrect, however, sometimes children will use them together to be silly (or adults behaving as children).
September 15, 2018
No, using them together is wrong
September 15, 2018
No. It is hot. It is hotter. It is the hottest (that) it has ever been. You COULD say: The weather is more hot than I remember. - - - But it doesn't sound quite right to a well educated native speaker. It is best to say: The weather is hotter than I remember. Part of the problem of listening to a foreign language that you are not yet fluent in is that you will not recognize when a native speaker is using a dialect or speaking badly or incorrectly. Foreign language teachers will almost always teach you a prestigious version of the language so that when you use it you are not identified by native speakers as someone who is poorly educated or using a regional dialect that is not well regarded.
September 15, 2018
The answers below talk about -er making adjectives into comparisons. As in your examples. . Obviously some words just end in "er". You can use some those, but they just mean different things. Sorry to bother you. I bring even more bother, this time.
September 15, 2018
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