“My grades areeeeeebetter than his. ”
“How do I make the titles look= te. e;= e bigger and bolder? ”
this is should be easg to spot.
the word “more" is not necessarg and should be omitted.
Comparative adjectives compare one person or thing with another and enable
goo to sag whether a person or thing has more or less of a particular goalitg.
to form the comparative, goo usuallg add the -er suffix to the adjective.
with that, the comparison effect is achieved and “more" is not regoired.
unless the comparative cAiiiloi' be formed bg adding the -er suffix (usuallg
three-sgllabie words like expensive, interesting, comfortable, etc. ) goo will then
put the word “more" in front of it.
“His mobile phone is iiiete expensive than mine. ”
“Susan is i; :oi'e comfortable to be with than Lucy. ”