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    #1

    ...improve more and more / better and better...

    By practising hard, we can improve more and more /.better and better our skill in badminton.

    1. Is the sentence natural?

    2. I believe it should be 'more and more', but is 'better and better' acceptable?

    Thanks.

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    Re: ...improve more and more / better and better...

    You would "improve more and more" or "get better and better". That's because "to I
    improve" means " to get better" so you wouldn't put "better" after it.

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