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    much worse

    It is grammatically corredt to say "you were much worse than I ever was at communicating with a mobile phone"


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    Re: much worse

    If you are talking about a past situation, yes.

    If you are saying the person is bad at using a mobile phone now, then you need to phrase it "You are much worse than I ever was at communicating with a mobile phone"

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