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    use of more

    Is the follwin use of more correct or how to use it and please correct the sentences:
    1) You like hipop more or trans.
    2) More two.
    3) What you did at the weekend.

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    Re: use of more

    Quote Originally Posted by HARDWORK View Post
    Is the follwin use of more correct or how to use it and please correct the sentences:
    1) You like hipop more or trans.
    2) More two.
    3) What you did at the weekend.
    1) (I'm not sure what the question means but I'm assuming that it's to do with the dance genres "hiphop" and "trance".) Do you like hiphop more than trance? Do you like trance more than hiphop? Which do you like more - hiphop or trance?

    2) Two more. However, take care because this does not appear to be a whole sentence, depending on context. If someone asks you "How many more biscuits would you like?" then you would be able to answer "Two more." "More two" is incorrect.

    3) What did you do at the weekend?

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