What is correct: scarier or more scary?
How to make the comparison with the word "scary"? Is it scarier or more scary?
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Hello, thank you for asking. Scary is a regular adjective that ends with" y "so instead of adding" er "we add "ier" Scary=scarier Ex: Living there was scarier than I thought. also to emphasize how much you are scared add an adverb of degree such as "very' or "little". Ex: living there was very scary. Ex: The move was a little scary for her. Wishing you a happy learning.
Scarier is the answer
Scarier is correct
You can use either but it's considered more professional to use scarier. You don't want to make your sentences too wordy
Grammatically both are correct as it depends upon the whole sentence that you speak or write.
Either is correct, grammatically! Which you use is a stylistic choice. Great question!
scarier Adjectives ending in " Y " take er and est and because the "Y" follows a consonant, we change the "Y" to " i ".
Scarier is correct because its ends in Y
Scarier is most definitely correct.
scary- positive scarier, comparative superiority, synthetic. scariest superlative, synthetic. Morea scary is comparative too. So, use scarier.