I'm a bit confused about the word 'healthy'. Are 'healthier' and 'more healthy' both the correct form of comparative degree of HEALTHY? If yes, which one is more common in daily talk?
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Anonymous:Im pretty sure its 'most healthy' because you cant put a 'iest" to a long word
ex. wrong: beutifulest correct:most beutiful
Im not so sure because google says it is a superlative word.
Anonymousyou cant put a 'iest" to a long wordYou can.
Healthy has 2 syllables.
Adjectives of 1 or 2 syllables can take the superlative -est ending. The "y" changes to "i" as a spelling rule.
He is the healthiest person here.
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