- Is it OK to say much more?
- What are the 8 word classes?
- What type of word is if?
- What is more than in grammar?
- Is more better a double negative?
- What kind of word is stronger?
- Which is more more or most?
- What is more in a sentence?
- What type of a word is more?
- How do we use more?
- Is it proper to say more better?
- What is a fancy word for better?
- What can I say instead of so much?
- What does more so mean?
- What is more grammatically correct?
- What is more than most?
- Can you use more better in a sentence?
- What does many more to come mean?
Is it OK to say much more?
The OP’s sentence is grammatically correct.
You use “much more” in front of an uncountable noun.
Another example: I need much more time to do this job.
On the other hand, you use “many more” in front of plural nouns such as I have many more friends in this city..
What are the 8 word classes?
There are eight parts of speech in the English language: noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, preposition, conjunction, and interjection.
What type of word is if?
In written and spoken English, the word “if” serves a double purpose. It can either be used as a conjunction or as a noun. This word is most commonly used as a conjunction because it can connect two clauses to form a single sentence by presenting the conditional clause.
What is more than in grammar?
More than is a phrasal preposition, where it is equivalent to over when describing an amount that is greater than another. A phrasal preposition is two or more words that, together, function as a preposition.
Is more better a double negative?
English Grammar For Dummies, 2nd Edition In some lucky languages, the more negatives the better. In English, however, two negatives are a no-no.
What kind of word is stronger?
strong Definitions and Synonyms adjectivestrongcomparativestrongersuperlativestrongest
Which is more more or most?
In a general sense, more is used when referring to a greater or additional amount or degree. Most, on the other hand, is used when referring to greatest in amount or degree. The key difference between more and most is that while more is considered as a comparative form, most is considered the superlative form.
What is more in a sentence?
What’s more is an expression that’s used when you want to emphasize that the next action or fact is more or as important as the one mentioned. War doesn’t bring peace; what’s more, it brings more chaos.
What type of a word is more?
adverb, comparative of much, with most as superlative. in addition; further; longer; again: Let’s talk more another time.
How do we use more?
The most common use of ‘more’ is in the comparative form. ‘More’ is used with adjectives of more than one syllable – with the exception of adjectives ending in ‘y’ – to express that there is more of a particular quality.
Is it proper to say more better?
Yes, “more better” is a grammar mistake. English adjectives can take on different forms: regular, comparative, or superlative. When we use the comparative form (“more” before an adjective or “er” appended to the end of an adjective), we can only use “more” or the word ending in “er,” but not both.
What is a fancy word for better?
Some common synonyms of better are ameliorate, help, and improve. While all these words mean “to make more acceptable or to bring nearer a standard,” improve and better are general and interchangeable and apply to what can be made better whether it is good or bad.
What can I say instead of so much?
other words for so muchawfully.extraordinarily.remarkably.so.strangely.terribly.uncommonly.very.
What does more so mean?
(all) the more so idiom. —used to say why something (such as an attribute or quality) applies to a greater degree or extent.
What is more grammatically correct?
They are both grammatically correct. Since you’re using the linking verb to be, it doesn’t matter whether winter or the season is the subject. Thus, the order doesn’t change the meaning, only the nuances, like timing and emphasis.
What is more than most?
Largest, greatest (in magnitude), highest, most.
Can you use more better in a sentence?
“better” is a comparative form of “good”, so you do not need to (and should not) say “more better”: say either: It is better than your book. It is far better than your book. Using “more better” is against normal grammar, and if it is used it is uneducated and substandard.
What does many more to come mean?
it means that there will be more things happening in the future.