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Hi! Is this grammatically correct? Thanks, Fulvio

1. At the moment it seems to be getting worser and worser.

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No. It should be "getting worse and worse". The word "worser" is always wrong in modern English, being a kind of redundant double comparative, though sometimes it may be used deliberately or knowingly as incorrect, e.g. for humorous effect.

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bad - worse - the worst

At the moment it seems to be getting worse and worse.

CB

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yellowstarstruck1. At the moment, it seems to be getting worse and worse.

Please note the corrections.

Note also that "worser" is not a word in English. The adjective "bad" has the comparative form "worse", not "worser".

If you want, you can use an appropriate adverb such as "much" to modify that comparative adjective. For example:

At the moment, it seems to be getting much worse.

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