Is It Right To Say More Better?

Is it correct to say more better?

Yes, “more better” is a grammar mistake.

English adjectives can take on different forms: regular, comparative, or superlative.

When we use the comparative form (“more” before an adjective or “er” appended to the end of an adjective), we can only use “more” or the word ending in “er,” but not both..

Which is more correct grammatically?

“More correct” is acceptable (especially in the adverbial form “More correctly”). That said, you will usually see “More accurate” instead. “More correct” is certainly used when talking of forms of address.

Is it grammatically correct to say Im good?

The circumstances then require either an adjective or noun in the predicate, instead of an adverb. For example, we say “I’m sleepy” or “I’m hungry” — not “I’m sleepily” or “I’m hungrily.” Therefore, “I’m good,” is a proper response.

Can you use more better in a sentence?

“better” is a comparative form of “good”, so you do not need to (and should not) say “more better”: say either: It is better than your book. It is far better than your book. Using “more better” is against normal grammar, and if it is used it is uneducated and substandard.

Who loves or who love?

‘Who’ can be either singular or plural and you have to ‘feel’ what it is. If it is singular – singular verb. If it is plural – plural verb. What if I say using “you” as 2nd person singular – it’s you who loves me (1 person, you)???

What can I say instead of so much?

other words for so muchawfully.extraordinarily.remarkably.so.strangely.terribly.uncommonly.very.

Is more calmer correct?

Senior Member. more calmer is incorrect, it doesn’t matter how many uneducated people use it, it is not correct english.

Is it more nice or nicer?

words and music Well, however we choose to speak in our current vernacular, the correct wording is “nicer”–nice, nicer, nicest. Some words use “more” in front to designate greater amounts, but there are standard rules for that, also.

Is so fun proper English?

Re: It’s so fun. Yes, it is grammatically correct. (Although I don’t like it much and don’t like to use it.) Fun and funny are adjectives. (Fun is also a noun.)

What does many more to come mean?

it means that there will be more things happening in the future.

Is so much correct?

So much is used before singular uncountable nouns. So many is used before plural nouns. I have never seen so much wealth in my life. She had so many problems that she didn’t know what to do.

What does the more the better mean?

people come to my partythe more (people come to my party), the better: a greater number (of people coming to my party) will make it (a) better (party)

Is it right to say much more?

The OP’s sentence is grammatically correct. You use “much more” in front of an uncountable noun. Another example: I need much more time to do this job. On the other hand, you use “many more” in front of plural nouns such as I have many more friends in this city.

Is way more proper English?

No, it isn’t. Because: “Way” used as an intensifying adverb (i.e. in the sense of “very”) is colloquial and never correct.

Is more better a double negative?

English Grammar For Dummies, 2nd Edition In some lucky languages, the more negatives the better. In English, however, two negatives are a no-no.