- Is Unbusy a word?
- What is the superlative of beautiful?
- Why is more better wrong?
- What is the meaning of busy?
- What is the meaning of less?
- What’s another word for busy?
- What is the degree of busy?
- Is busy an abstract noun?
- What is the meaning of less busy?
- What is the superlative form of busy?
- What is the superlative of wise?
- Is it correct to say how is you?
- Can you say more good?
- What is another word for not busy?
- Do you say more busy or busier?
- What is the comparative of busy?
- Is more good grammatically correct?
Is Unbusy a word?
Yes, unbusy is in the scrabble dictionary..
What is the superlative of beautiful?
beautiful (comparative more beautiful, superlative most beautiful)
Why is more better wrong?
“More” implies a higher level of “good.” Therefore, “more better” would imply a level that is better than better. “More better” is never correct. If you want to say that something is better than good, you say it is “better,” but if you want to say it is more than better, you say that it is “best.”
What is the meaning of busy?
Adjective. busy, industrious, diligent, assiduous, sedulous mean actively engaged or occupied. busy chiefly stresses activity as opposed to idleness or leisure. too busy to spend time with the children industrious implies characteristic or habitual devotion to work.
What is the meaning of less?
1 : constituting a more limited number or amount less than three less than half done. 2 : of lower rank, degree, or importance no less a person than the president himself. 3a : of reduced size, extent, or degree. b : more limited in quantity in less time.
What’s another word for busy?
Some common synonyms of busy are assiduous, diligent, industrious, and sedulous. While all these words mean “actively engaged or occupied,” busy chiefly stresses activity as opposed to idleness or leisure.
What is the degree of busy?
busier. Superlative. busiest. The superlative form of busy; most busy.
Is busy an abstract noun?
Answer and Explanation: Busy is not an abstract noun. Instead, busy is an adjective.
What is the meaning of less busy?
1. not busy; idle; unoccupied. It’s his task to keep from being unbusy.
What is the superlative form of busy?
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What is the superlative of wise?
EnchantedLearning.com GrammarCaseAdjectiveSuperlative Form1-syllable adjectives ending in “e”hugehugestlargelargeststrangestrangestwisewisest45 more rows
Is it correct to say how is you?
The pronoun YOU always takes a plural verb, even when it refers to only one person. So we always say “How are you?” never “How is you?”
Can you say more good?
You can do more good. However if you are using it as an adjective (e.g. “my work is good”) then if you improved your work, you would say “my work is better”, not “my work is more good.”
What is another word for not busy?
What is another word for not busy?unoccupiedidleworklessat leisurelazyloiteringout of workquiescentnot at worknot tied up29 more rows
Do you say more busy or busier?
“Busier” is a comparative: more busy than something else. You could be busier than another person, or busier than you were yesterday, etc. “Very busy” is an absolute.
What is the comparative of busy?
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Is more good grammatically correct?
“better” is a comparative form of “good”, so you do not need to (and should not) say “more better”: say either: It is better than your book. It is far better than your book. Using “more better” is against normal grammar, and if it is used it is uneducated and substandard.