Which one of the two following sentences seems to be more appropiate?
She's as twice beautiful as Sandra.
She's twice more beautiful than Sandra.
Is it correct to say "She's twice as pretty as Ann"? Or should we say "She's as twice pretty as Ann"?
* I know what's what, but I had difficulty putting it for him from a morphosyntactic point of view
Thanks for your assistance
Last edited by pabloscotrim; 19-Aug-2007 at 17:39.
From the point of view of semantics, bringing numbers into this sort of comparison is rather strange too. I'd expect something like 'She's much more beautiful/prettier than Sandra.'