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    usage of more, much, most

    When do we use "more" "much" and "most".
    Is it right to say "It is much more complicated than I thought".

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    Re: usage of more, much, most

    That is fine. You can also simply say:
    It is more complicated than I thought.

    To add emphasis, you could say what you have:
    It is much more complicated than I thought.

    Here are some examples of the usage of the word, much.
    How much does this cost?
    Four million dollars a day is too much!
    Much of what we see here is subject to interpretation.

    In the last example above, you could instead say:
    Most of what we see here is subject to interpretation.

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