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More easier vs. easier #1 (permalink) Sat Jun 10, 2006 14:41 pm   More easier vs. easier
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #45 "Basic English Expressions", question 5

My old job was ......... than this one.

(a) more easier
(b) easiest
(c) most easy
(d) easier

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #45 "Basic English Expressions", answer 5

My old job was easier than this one.

Correct answer: (d) easier

Your answer was: incorrect
My old job was more easier than this one.
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More easier vs. easier #2 (permalink) Sun Jun 11, 2006 14:17 pm   More easier vs. easier
 

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More easier is redundant and bad grammar. Your choice is between more easy and easier, but common 2-syllable adjectives take the -er form in normal circumstances.
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More easier vs. easier #3 (permalink) Mon Jun 12, 2006 14:42 pm   More easier vs. easier
 

In another words easier is already comparative
The following degrees of comparison of the given word
easy-easier-the easiest
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