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I'd like to know the comparative and superlative forms of this adjective. Could I say "better-looking" and "best-looking"? Or is it better to say "more good-looking" and "the most good-looking"?
I've seen both forms and I'm a bit confused : I don't know if one of them is used wrongly or if both are acceptable or a American English/British English thing.
Many thanks for your help
I would use "better-looking" and "best-looking" but the "more" and "most" versions are perfectly acceptable and understandable.
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