I came across a sentence as follows:
On this day, the moon is said to be its biggest and brightest.
The book from which the sentence comes is intended for students, so I wanna make certain.
Will it make sense if "at its" is omitted?
You could say, "On this day, the moon is said to be bigger and brighter than on any other day."
Last edited by Raymott; 27-Apr-2014 at 11:52. Reason: Fix typo