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23:46 Oct 25, 2007
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English to English translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: more at ease/most at ease
Dear fellows, I come with a grammar question this time.
I woult like to know which of these expressions are correct, and if both are, which is the difference between them.
Thanks a lot for your help

Summary of answers provided
4 +5both are correct-one is comparitive, the other is superlative
Robert Copeland

Discussion entries: 1



4 mins   confidence: Answerer confidence 4/5Answerer confidence 4/5 peer agreement (net): +5
both are correct-one is comparitive, the other is superlative

Your language combination should be English to English with the way that you have asked your ?


I am more at ease when my friends go with me to the park.
I am most at ease when I know that there will be a lot of people present.

Same concept as: tall, taller, tallest (alto, mas alto, el mas alto)
(alta, mas alta, la mas alta)

Robert Copeland
United States
Local time: 14:08
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in SpanishSpanish
Notes to answerer
Asker: Thanks a lot for your explanation. I tried the E/E option but I could not set it

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Lydia De Jorge: You are so at ease in this field!!
1 min
  -> Thanks Lydia!!!

agree  Terry Burgess: I envy your energy and patience:-))) See note to asker. Have a good one!
9 mins
  -> Thank You Terry!

agree  orientalhorizon
3 hrs
  -> thanks orientalhorizon!!!

agree  Sabine Akabayov, PhD
3 hrs
  -> Many thanks sibsab!

agree  Marina56: ok
1 day14 hrs
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Oct 26, 2007 - Changes made by Marina Soldati:
Language pairEnglish to Spanish » English

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