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    weightwatcher100 is offline Newbie
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    Sep 2007

    Comparartive and Superlative

    In this sentence: It is more colorful and more interesting than any raft you have been on before. Is it correct to use "more"? If you put most in place of more it doesn't sound right but most should be used because the sentence is comparing more that 2 rafts.

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Re: Comparartive and Superlative

    The "more" is not related to the raft or number of rafts, but is used because the comment is a comparative one.

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