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    Which book do you like more/most/better, the green one or the red one?

    Hi,

    Are "more," "most," and "better" all grammatical to fit into the following sentence?

    "Which book do you like more/most/better, the green one or the red one?"

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    Re: Which book do you like more/most/better, the green one or the red one?

    "More" or "better" are fine in this case. Use "most" only when dealing with three or more items.
    I'm not a teacher of English, but I have spoken it for (almost) all of my life....

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    Re: Which book do you like more/most/better, the green one or the red one?

    Generally, when a question invites a comparison of two things, use the comparative. (This rule is always applied in a formal context, and quite often - though less regularly - in informal contexts.

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