Comparing two or more things.


I'm not sure how to fix this quotation like grammarly says to do. "Animal right groups are more active in the animal welfare issues today"

asked Dec 10 '13 at 02:28 Phillip English New member

According to my nopinion the right answer is: " Today, the right groups of animals are more active on welfare issues"

Rodrigo CostaDec 10 '13 at 10:48

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When the software sees a comparative adjective, such as 'more', it looks for two things being compared. Not all comparatives are used in this way, but the software can't make this distinction.  Your sentence falls into this category.  Except for a final punctuation mark, your sentence is fine.  I would remove the article before 'animal'.


Animal right groups are more active in animal welfare issues today.

link comment answered Dec 10 '13 at 12:34 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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