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More than what's needed (5) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for MORE THAN USUAL [extra] We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word extra will help you to finish your crossword today. We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find. Jan 04,  · Hi, The one I bought was thicker than usually The one I bought was thicker than usual Which one of these is correct? Usual And is there any exception to your answer? Millions of word of English are spoken every day, in countless scenarios. English is full of exceptions. Best wishes, Clive. I’m 7 weeks today, and this morning is the first morning I’ve woken up feeling a bit more human and not so drained. It’s my fourth pregnancy and I’m pretty sure this baby is making up for my other three with the whole sickness feeling, being exhausted, can’t eat and all that malarkey.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie PolicyPrivacy Policyand our Terms of Service. There seem to be more adverb adjective conflicts like this, for example "drive safe" vs.

Is the rule the same in case of "more than usual"? mre

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When shortened forms become idiomatic, it may be better not to try to identify parts of speech within them. I had more cups of tea than Harry [had] [cups of tea].

No problem with classifying Harry as a noun phrase though 'they did' reduces to 'them' nowadays. I had more cups of tea than [I] [had] [cups of] coffee.

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I had more cups of tea [this morning] than I had yesterday. I['ve] had more cups of tea than yesterday. Is this an ex temporal adverb?

“Yes Vince as a trial to make sure it works” “Oh yes certainly Terry” “Look in that I've got more than one copy of the original game” “That's great Terry I'm well. Your baby can go through periods of increased hunger and fussiness. may want to eat more often or will drink more formula than usual during feedings. With 'more than usual', it can be very hard to determine the Look up flat adverbs, eg at 'Using short adjectives as adverbs, such as “easy”.

A temporal adverb modifying a missing verb? It's warmer than yesterday. It's warmer than it was yesterday or It's [a] warmer [day] than yesterday was?

This means that attempts at logical analysis are going to be unconvincing. As CalifJim says on EnglishForums:.

I’m 7 weeks today, and this morning is the first morning I’ve woken up feeling a bit more human and not so drained. It’s my fourth pregnancy and I’m pretty sure this baby is making up for my other three with the whole sickness feeling, being exhausted, can’t eat and all that malarkey. Jan 04,  · Hi, The one I bought was thicker than usually The one I bought was thicker than usual Which one of these is correct? Usual And is there any exception to your answer? Millions of word of English are spoken every day, in countless scenarios. English is full of exceptions. Best wishes, Clive. More than what's needed (5) Synonyms, crossword answers and other related words for MORE THAN USUAL [extra] We hope that the following list of synonyms for the word extra will help you to finish your crossword today. We've arranged the synonyms in length order so that they are easier to find.

With simpler forms such as think bigdrive safework smartertake it nice and easyadjectives are being used perhaps unconventionally — often for emphasis as [if they were] adverbs. The acceptability of this practice, and other considerations, have been addressed here before.

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There is no doubt in my mind that most British people will say "I had more customers than usual", and not use the adverb. The theory of yhe I shall leave to my betters.

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The question is whether you mean to say that the number of customers is more than the usual number adjective or that you had more customers than you usually have adverb. So either is correct. Practically speaking, they amount to the same thing. We in AmE, and per David Pugh, in BrE as well tend to use the shorter form "usual", and not dwell on this subtle distinction.

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Peter Peter 15 29 BUT I['ve] had more cups of tea than yesterday. As CalifJim says on EnglishForums: This is a fixed phrase. There is no [apparent] fod involved.

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