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    Smile comparatives

    This house is much more expensive than that one. Can we say "a lot" more expensive?
    2- Is "less more expensive" correct?
    3- After "more" if the noun is countable is it plural?
    4- When I say the above sentence and I want to bring a verb like "buy" after that one how does the verb come with to without to...?
    Thanks

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    Re: comparatives

    Quote Originally Posted by daisy1352 View Post
    This house is much more expensive than that one. Can we say "a lot" more expensive?
    2- Is "less more expensive" correct?
    3- After "more" if the noun is countable is it plural?
    4- When I say the above sentence and I want to bring a verb like "buy" after that one how does the verb come with to without to...?
    Thanks
    1. yes.
    2. no. a little more expensive, a little less expensive
    3. yes.
    4. more expensive to buy.

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