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Which is correct? Is the sentence also correct?
You won't see a big brother more proud prouder of a younger brother than he is of the way his younger brother is playing.

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While proud technically allows for the -er form of the comparative (and -est for the superlative), I think that many (myself included) prefer the more/most option. I don't know why.
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You would only say more proud if you haven't paid attention in your English grammar sessions.

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You would only say more proud if you haven't paid attention in your English grammar sessions.

I disagree with you. As Philip commented above, both forms are possible. I too would be more likely to use "more proud" in a context like the one mentioned in the original post.

Don't you mean (me included)? It's not (myself included) is it? Isn't that completely incorrect?
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