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    Superlative And Comparative

    If It Doesn´t Exist "less Sunnier Than", How Do You Express Less Intensity, As Far As Comparatives, With Two Syllable Adjectives?.
    Could You Tell Me The Correct Way, Please?
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    Re: Superlative And Comparative

    Yesterday was 'less sunny than' today.

    With as...as and less...than you need to use the adjective not the comparative adjective as these structures already do the comparing themselves.

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