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  1. Crowned 91's Avatar
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    more/ less reactionary- more/less revolutionary

    Hi! Is it fine to say "1) Old people are generally seen as more reactionary than young people.
    2) Young people are seen as more revolutionary than old people.
    3) Old people are viewed as less revolutionary than young people.
    4) Young people are generally considered less reactionary than old people." ?

    Are the comparative forms correct?

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    Re: more/ less reactionary- more/less revolutionary

    Yes.

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