Discussion in 'English Only' started by Magg, Apr 10, 2008.
Topic: clearer or more clear
Added by Cagey, moderator
I just want to know this.
Thanks a lot
Clear, clearer, clearest
The general guidance on forming comparatives says clearer.
The footnotes to the guidance should say that you may also use more clear. Sometimes that "feels" better, or sounds better.
For more information and discussion:
Comparative - More and most, or -er and est?
(Found in the FAQs in the sticky at the top of the forum.)
Separate names with a comma.