a little bit more

Ilaeng

Member
Italian
Hello!

I'm having a presentation on Tuesday and I'm not sure about using the phrase "a little bit more".

I've often heard in videos and films, but it sounds me like a redundant expression so I don't know whether say it or not.
What do you think?
 
  • Ilaeng

    Member
    Italian
    "Today we are going to show you a tour we have created across some of the most attractive places on the west coast.
    But first, we want you to now a little bit more about this wonderful part of the States."
     

    heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    'Bit' is possibly redundant - 'a little more' will do the job just as well - but I wouldn't say it's wrong.

    (PS, I don't think you can want someone to know something. I'd say 'we'd like to tell you . . . ')
     
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