Comparative, superlative: free.

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  • Lola Lola

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    English, UK
    We don't often describe things as being 'more free' or 'most free'- what context do you want to use it in?

    If you give me a sentence I could help you more easily.
     

    maraba

    Senior Member
    Spain
    We don't often describe things as being 'more free' or 'most free'- what context do you want to use it in?

    If you give me a sentence I could help you more easily.
    Here you are:

    "The higher command of the language, the freer this stage will be."

    NOTE: "this stage" refers to a one so-called Free Practice Stage."

    Thanks.
     

    maraba

    Senior Member
    Spain
    By the way, shouldn't you better have said "which context do you want to use in it"?
     

    Lola Lola

    Senior Member
    English, UK
    No, perhaps better English would have been 'in which context do you want to use it?'

    Anyway,

    you would say

    'the higher the/your command of the language, the more free this stage will be'

    But even then this sentence doesn't sound completely natura

    Perhaps you could try:

    'the higher the/your command of the language, the easier you will find this stage or the better you will cope with this stage
     
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