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    Question comparative adverbs

    Hello,
    Which is correct: more tasty or tastier? Please help

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    Re: comparative adverbs

    Either works fine.
    Tastier is perfectly good, whereas there are several such constructions that do not work. So, from a common usage point of view, tastier is more commonly used.

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