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    more strongly and stronger

    What is the difference between more strongly & stronger?

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    Re: more strongly and stronger

    Welcome to the forum, abdulkat.

    Please write a complete sentence using one or both of these phrases.

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    Re: more strongly and stronger

    The first is an adverb and the second is a comparative form of an adjective, though these can be used as adverbs in some variants.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 19-Oct-2016 at 21:44. Reason: Fixed typo

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