GRAMMAR: Do I use Blinder or More Blind [Solved]

The correct answer is: more blind.

More blind.
The rule about blind is the same as the rule about pregnant: you either are or you arent. In those cases, if you DO choose to compare, you use more rather than -er.

The correct answer is: more blind.

The correct answer is: more blind.

AUTHENTIC SOURCE: Oxford Advance Learners Dictionary

What are the comparative form of ,say, tame It is tamer. Not more tame!

AUTHENTIC SOURCE: Oxford Advance Learners Dictionary

Its blinder and the second variation of your sentence is wrong. It has to be blinder than he is which is old English and thus more poetic, or blinder than him (but thats not always right) or blinder than [insert name of person]. And you could have easily looked that up in the dictionary. I know this was posted over a decade ago and the internet wasnt as versatile back then, but the library would have done it for you.

Answer 6

where Tiesais tells Oedipus that he is more blind than he .

Blind Blinder Blindest is the right order.

where Tiesais tells Oedipus that he is more blind than he .

yes , more blind is right
good luck

The correct answer is: more blind.

The confusion is because of the existence of another word, Blinder (used informally) that means something, which is excellent especially in sports.

Answer 6

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yes , more blind is right
good luck

yes , more blind is right
good luck

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