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    more friendly or friendlier

    Which one is correct: more friendly or friendlier , more unfriendly or unfriendlier, more clever or cleverer, also more quiet or quieter?
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    Re: more friendly or friendlier

    I prefer the ‘-(i)er’ comparative form of ‘friendly’, ‘unfriendly’, ‘clever’ and ‘quiet’. It’s also common to see people use the adverb ‘more’ with those adjectives.


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    Thumbs up Re: more friendly or friendlier

    for me, I prefer to use the more friendly because if the case like that(-ly), you have to use more or most. you will also use more and most to the verbs that have 3 or more syllables!

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