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    A Bigger Car

    Hello, people say: I want a bigger car, but do you say " I want a bigger car than this one or I want a car bigger than this one? "Which of those is correct? could you help me please?

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    Re: A Bigger Car

    They're both possible. By putting the comparative after the noun it allows the speaker to emphasise the size more- in spoken language, you could place more stress on the word in that position, IMO.

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    Re: A Bigger Car

    Hello, so both are correct. Thank you so much.

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