Jan 19, 2015 ... Anyone studying English will tell you that it's not the most straightforward
language in the world. There are plenty of grammar rules to learn, but ...
Aug 30, 2010 ... Which one of these adjectives is correct? I can see that both of them are being
used, I'm just not sure which one is grammatically correct.
Apr 15, 2008 ... Which is correct, 'Clearer' or 'More clear'? To my understanding, 'clearer' is the
correct comparative form of 'clear'. But is 'more clear' ...
Apr 9, 2014 ... QUESTION. Which one of these adjectives is correct? I can see that both of them
are being used, I'm just not sure which one is grammatically ...
Apr 10, 2008 ... The general guidance on forming comparatives says clearer. The footnotes to the
guidance should say that you may also use more clear.
Jun 25, 2001 ... I have a hard time saying "clearer" and prefer "more clear": "This sentence ...
Authority: A University Grammar of English by Randolph Quirk and ...
... cite discuss. clearer Line breaks: clear¦er ... 2A person or thing that clears away
obstructions: a chemical drain clearer. More example sentences. Public health ...
Define clear: very obvious : not causing or allowing doubt—usage, synonyms,
more. ... 4 a : capable of sharp discernment : keen <a clear thinker> b : free from
doubt : sure <not ..... video-irregardless-grammar-peeve-blend-of-the-synonyms-
Comparatives in English are all replacements for the standard more. ... and
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The correct comparatives in those cases are simply "clearer" and "cleaner"
without the "more." Of course, we can also say "more clear" and ...