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    He is a more friend than a lover.

    He is more a friend than a lover.

    Both sentences are correct? Please.

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    Re: sentence

    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    He is a more friend than a lover.

    He is more a friend than a lover.

    Both sentences are correct? Please.
    He is more friend than lover. or, He is more a friend than a lover. or, He is is more of a friend than a lover.

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    He is more a friend than a lover. This is the correct sentence. I am in college to be a teacher.

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    Re: sentence

    In this case, more is an "adv" or a "pron/det"?
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    #5

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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzle View Post
    In this case, more is an "adv" or a "pron/det"?
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    • He is more (of) a friend than a lover.

    more

    Adjective


    more of
    to a greater extent or degree: more of a nuisance

    Source More - definition of More by the Free Online Dictionary, Thesaurus and Encyclopedia.

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    #6

    Re: sentence

    I would say it's a pronoun and determiner.

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