LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||04/ABR/2011 8:40 PM|
|Assunto:||Ruder or more rude?|
1) Is that a competition to know who is more rude?
To me, in general ruder would go along with "than" and in a comparative sentence, comparing one to another: "A is ruder than B."
So, more rude in your example would do fine, at least to my thinking.
However, in a non-prototypical comparative construction it could have the "more rude': John is more rude than insensitive. Here comparing two adjectives of (the same) John.
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