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    Use of the term "more esay"

    Hello,

    I know the term "more easier" cannot be used but what if a person says " its more easy to use this.." then is this wrong?

    Look forward to your replies.
    Thanks

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    Re: Use of the term "more esay"

    Quote Originally Posted by archimedes View Post
    Hello,

    I know the term "more easier" cannot be used but what if a person says " its more easy to use this.." then is this wrong?

    Look forward to your replies.
    Thanks
    Strictly speaking the comparative for "easy" is "easier" but I have heard "more easy".

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