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Is It Correct to Say “Discuss About”?

You’ve probably heard several collocations about talking — we always “talk about” a subject or “bring up” a topic. But what about “discuss”? Is there a specific preposition that follows this word, and is it correct to say “discuss about”?  No, it isn’t correct to say “discuss about.” Though the phrase “discuss about” might sound …

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Simpler or More Simple: Understanding the Comparative Form

In today’s world of technological advances, we can often wish for more simple times. Since we are comparing time periods here, we can also wish for simpler times. These both sound correct, but what is the comparative of “simple” — are times simpler or more simple? “Simpler” and “more simple” are both legitimate comparative forms …

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