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Answered 2012-04-20 05:01:28

If you mean say the word "more" formally then yes. You can say to a greater extent or furthermore and for more answers go on an online theasaurus. Just type in online theasaurus into Google and in the search tab on the site, type in the word and you are done! =)

No. You should say ..."dress more formal" or "dress formally"

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Caroline Par
Answered 2019-12-15 08:04:14

You could SAY more formally but would likely be SHOWN more effectively

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Answered 2020-07-29 13:56:56

More formal or most formal, EX he outfit is the most formal of the class, he knows to dress formally, formally can not be quantified because it is a adjetive.

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