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    #1

    Twice bigger or twice as big

    Dear everyone,

    which of these is correct?

    1/ His flat is twice as big as mine.

    2/ His flat is twice bigger than mine.

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    Re: Twice bigger or twice as big

    #1 is the correct sentence.

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    Re: Twice bigger or twice as big

    ... and an option, also using the multiple "twice", would be 'His flat is twice the size of mine'.

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