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  1. azkad's Avatar
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    #1

    Arrow more better

    Is this sentence grammatically correct?

    I now have more/far/much better chances to do my job.

  2. Barb_D's Avatar
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    #2

    Re: more better

    Your original sentence isn't very natural, so let's try another one.

    You will have a much better chance of succeeding if you take your time.
    You will have a far better chance of succeeding if you take your time.
    NOT: *You will have a more better chance ...

    This cake turned out much better than the last one you made.
    This cake turned out far better than the last one you made.
    NOT: *This cake turned out more better than the last one you made.


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    #3

    Re: more better

    I now have a much better chance of doing my job (properly).

    I now have a much better chance of getting the job done on time.

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