Katya O. wrote:1)I can't find an explanation for the use of the comparative and positive degree of comparison of adjectives. I can't understand why the author doesn't use "easy". Why does he[*] writes"easier"?
Katya O. wrote:Here is athe sentence:
"Every parent wishes an EASIER life for their children."
I meetsee an "extra" (it seems to me that it's extra) comparative degree of the adjective often. Could you give me the rule of usage for the comparative and positive degree of comparison of adjectives. I don't need simple rule like "good-better-the best"
Katya O. wrote:2)Why does the author uses "their" if there is a singular "parent"?
Katya O. wrote:P.S. How's the weather in your country?
Katya O. wrote:Agree. Is it better to write "he/she" if the gender of an author is unknown?
Katya O. wrote:linguoboy, thank you very much for your answers
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