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    many + noun more + noun most + noun

    Would you please tell me if I am right?
    I think the comparative and the superlative form of many is made as follows:
    many + noun comparative: more + noun superlative: most + noun

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    Re: many + noun more + noun most + noun

    Quote Originally Posted by atabitaraf View Post
    Would you please tell me if I am right?
    I think the comparative and the superlative form of many is made as follows:
    many + noun comparative: more + noun superlative: most + noun
    Yes. More and most are generally considered to be the comparative and superlative forms of many and much.

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