Many speakers of English, especially of British English, are not particularly bothered by the opinions of writers of style guides. if enough reasonably educated people use a particular word or construction, then we simply accept it.You know what bothers be a lot? This bothers me that when native English speakers use something in their daily conversations, they think it's correct because they use it.Language doesn't work logically.But let's think logically.I would almost certainly use only the first, but I don't think it would particularly jar if I heard the second.
What's your opinion about these two sentences?
"more delicious than..."
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