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    #1

    Twice rude

    "He is very rude with his colligues but I will be twice rude as much as him".

    Or

    "I will be twice rude than him". Please check.

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    Re: Twice rude

    You would have to say 'twice as rude as him'.

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    Re: Twice rude

    And you need to check the spelling of words like 'colleagues'.

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