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Hi,

in what contexts can I use more/most in comparative/superlative of short adjectives which normally take the -er/-est endings? Eg. more fit instead of fitter.
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Hi,

in what contexts can I use more/most in comparative/superlative of short adjectives which normally take the -er/-est endings? Eg. more fit instead of fitter.
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No ideas, anyone? This has been puzzling me for ages... Emotion: smile
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